Faux Succulents – With household waste material.


I love plants. And I think, most of us love having some green patches in our homes or in the backyard. Succulents have been a rage for sometime. Its relatively easy to manage them.

In todays project, I have used some pantry waste material like cans and 7up plastic bottles to create a simple yet cute faux succulent.

 

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45 comments

  1. Finding your blog on Grandmas Briefs was a dream come true. I love your idea of using tin cans. I’m all for turning trash to treasure and there is time before Christmas although I’ve been known not to wait! Take care!

    • Thank you for your comment Valerie. My plants “manage” to remain alive inspite of carelessness. So surely, this is a good option for me. šŸ™‚ so glad you liked it.

  2. I’m sure I don’t have the patience to cut and glue and assemble but this is an interesting way to recycle. With kids, I wouldn’t use plastic bottles, I would use paper – just thinking out loud.

    Have a lovely day.

    • There’s something so magical about plastic molding in organic shapes. I loved it. So long as we have some mask on and are working in an open air space – I’m all in for it. But I understand your view too. I love playing with all mediums. Thank you so much for dropping by, Lissa.

    • Thank you very much Elke. I love your blog. So creative and how beautifully you play with positive and negative in the images.

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