I spend a lot of time in my garden. My family and friends can attest to the amount of time I spend in it. It’s very relaxing for me. There are times when I wish I can take the garden and bring it indoors. If I could only put up a garden in every corner of my house, I definitely would. I’m sure a lot of garden enthusiasts can totally relate to this sentiment of mine.
Planter box made of rigid polymer with root retention with built-in watering tray, water collection reservoir, and 37 root securing pins.
I’ve been bringing in some plants inside the house. I love the calming, cooling effect that they bring to any space that I put them in. So imagine how happy I was when I came across this DIY picture frame planter. Luckily, I have several unused picture frames at home and lots of succulents to go with them.
This project is very easy to make. These picture frame planters will make great housewarming gifts so I’m thinking of making lots. If you’re into plants and gardening, you should do this, too!
- Picture frame with back and glass panel removed
- 1/2-inch hardware cloth
- 1/4-inch plywood backing
- All-purpose potting soil
- Succulent cuttings
- Staple gun
- Paint brush
- Clean cloth
- Small pruning snips
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Learn how to make this DIY picture frame planter by watching the tutorial video below…