If you have trouble keeping indoor flowers or plants alive…succulents are the answer to your plant problems! Succulents thrive in the simplest of environments as one of the easiest plants to take care of – and they are super cute! From painted pots to vintage containers, succulents can grow in almost anything, trust me.
Take a look at these 15 easy DIY succulent planters that I've been adding to my summer project list! Are you crushing yet? If you're not quite ready to commit to these projects, how about sending a lovely personalized succulent note to brighten someone's day?
Hot pink aquarium rocks, gold paint, and rope wrap up this lively terracotta pot.
Keep it simple with this white lace pattern made from doilies dabbed in paint.
Just like you would with Easter eggs, dip your pot in a bowl of water with dye and hold until you have the perfect shade of color!
Do you have pieces of extra fabric laying around your house? Put those pieces to use by creating a pretty pot planter!
The classic Solo Cup strikes again! Get festive with your succulents by hot gluing on fancy trim, like this colorful pom pom trim.
If you’re looking for a pot to hold larger plants, these DIY planters are soft in color and big in size.
This pencil eraser stamp design will dress up your planter and your home!
Made from PVC sewage drain caps, these shiny brass planters are the perfect addition to your coffee table.
These little bleached bell cups were turned into pretty planters with the help of some paint!
In three easy steps you can create these cute heart stenciled wooden cup planters. Great for gifts and decoration!
Bring a bit of sparkle into your home with these bright gold dipped plant pots.
Move over Moscow Mules, we have another use for those vintage copper cups!
A personalized painted planter is a sweet housewarming gift or even a motivational piece for your desk.