DIY Driftwood Succulent Planter

Succulent plants are popular for a reason. Their endless color variations and thick leaves offer a fun, natural way to add color to your home. Whether planted alone or with complementing companions, they make great home décor that you can display in any room. Don’t have a green thumb? Never fear, for this easy DIY uses artificial succulents. Just use Aleene’s The Ultimate Adhesive with a piece of driftwood and your friends and family will be green with envy.

What you need:
Aleene’s® The Ultimate Multi-Surface Adhesive
- Driftwood
- Artificial succulents
- Moss
- Scissors

Aleene's Driftwood Succulent Planter - cut stems

Cut the stems off of the succulents so they will sit flat against the driftwood. Try placing them on the wood where you think you would like them arranged.

Aleene's Driftwood Succulent Planter - glue succulents

Add a small amount of glue to the bottom of the succulent and glue onto the planter. Let dry.

Aleene's Driftwood Succulent Planter - glue moss

Add glue to the driftwood and press moss onto the glue to fill in open areas.

Aleene's Driftwood Succulent Planter - add more succulents

Add more succulents as desired. Have fun with it! Let dry.

Aleene's Driftwood Succulent Planter - add more succulents

Once you're happy with your creation, place it where you like and enjoy! Since this planter is made with faux succulents, it can go anywhere in a room, and even makes a lovely table centerpiece for indoor and outdoor settings. 

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