This fun and easy indoor plant decor is a great way to spice up your home! The best part is that it takes no time at all!
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Step 1: You Will Need...
To make this magnet plant decor, you will need;
✿ A magnet of some sort
✿ A small container (this can be anything from little glass jars, to wine corks with the inside dug out and even empty nail polish containers)
✿ Glue (craft glue or a hot glue gun depending on preference and availability)
✿ A succulent
Step 2: "Magnetize" Your Container...
Now glue the magnet to your container. I used a strip of magnet with adhesive on the back to make this easier, however I did add extra craft glue to help it hold.
Step 3: Add Soil...
Now its time to add soil to the container.
I suggest that you put something under your work space (in my case my desk) because it can get pretty dirty due to the size of the container (and probably my clumsiness too!!!)
Step 4: Add a Succulent!
Now its time to add your succulent.
Be sure to place it deep enough inside the container!
Step 5: ✿ Admire Your Creation ✿
And there you have it, your very own magnetic, indoor plant!
It can be placed anywhere that it will stick... literally!
Also they give a great aesthetic when there is more than one! Check out my YouTube channel for a video tutorial!
P.S. If you think that this is a great creation, don't forget to vote for it!!
xoxo - Madie
Participated in the
Indoor Gardening Contest 2015