Mason Jar Succulent Planter

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Last week, I revealed my Modern Farmhouse Bathroom makeover and I have one last DIY tutorial to show you.  It’s super simple and takes no time at all and would make a great piece for a wall gallery or a small rom.

So here’s my DIY Mason Jar Succulent Planter.

DIY Industrial Succulent Holder

I know some people have expressed concern about drainage within a mason jar but I read over at Not Just A Housewife that it can work as long as you don’t over water, which shouldn’t be a problem with succulents since they need very little. You can also put rocks in the bottom to help!

Succulent Supplies

Supplies:

- Scrap piece of wood

- English Chestnut and Kona Stain

- Galvanized Perforated Plumbers Tape 

- (1) 3/4″ Screw

- Mason Jar

- Succulent

Mason Jar Succulent via designdininganddiapers.com

I started by wrapping the plumbers tape around the mason jar until it overlapped and I found two holes that aligned. Then I used heavy duty scissors to cut it.

Mason Jar Succulent Planter

I placed a screw directly through the two holes that aligned and then screwed them in place.

DIY Industrial Succulent Holder

And then hang it on the wall and plant your succulent! I hung mine by placing a screw directly through the board and into the wall.

Do you have a place for one of these?

Don’t forget to check out my bathroom reveal here. :)

 

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About 

Taryn is the owner/editor of Design, Dining and Diapers, a lifestyle blog that focuses primarily on DIY home decor, seasonal crafts, easy recipes and just being a mom! She is all about making things for less by upcycling thrift store finds, using what’s on hand and transforming dollar store finds. Taryn lives in the greater Seattle area with her husband, 2 year old daughter and newborn son.

Comments

  1. says

    Hi! I’m your newest follower (as of 2 minutes ago) and I have a quick question if you don’t mind. You mentioned two kinds of stain in the list, but I was wondering what the exact staining process is because it turned out so great! Thanks!

  2. says

    Hi! I’m your newest follower (as of 2 minutes ago) and I have a quick question if you don’t mind. You mentioned two kinds of stain in the list, but I was wondering what the exact staining process is because it turned out so great! Thanks!

    Diane @ Vintage Zest

  3. Dorothy Boucher says

    Love It!!!! this is really neat and i love the fact that you can recycle what you might have at the house, i use old jelly jars :) thanks for share @tisonlyme143

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