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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  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!

  2. Hi Naush, I LOVE your succulents, what a ***fab*u*lous*** idea. These would be the right plants for me, I’m not so good with real ones! Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

    • 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.

  3. 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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