Succulent DIY Planter Chair

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Succulent DIY Planter Chair
Succulent DIY Planter Chair
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If you have an old wooden chair sitting in your garage, turn it in to a Succulent DIY Planter Chair. If you don't have a chair, but still want to make this project, take a trip down to your thrift store and purchase one for cheap. To add a little bit of life to your yard, choose a bright color that will go perfectly with your beautiful blossoms. Next, grab your gardening tools! Pour some soil into the chair and scatter the seeds or plants. This unique DIY planter will attract so many eyes and make gardening extra fun!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueGardening



Project TypeMake a Project

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This is such a cool idea! Really unique decor idea.


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