Looking for a gift for a beach lover? Make a succulent in a seashell for them! Succulents are easy to care for and look so cute in a seashell!
This is week four of the DIY Home Decor Christmas Blog Hop and this week’s theme is Gifts for the Home.
Be sure to visit the other participants at the end of this post for lots of great gift giving ideas.
Ever since I made our vertical succulent garden I have been hooked on these sweet little plants! These succulent in seashell planters make great Christmas gifts or housewarming gifts! Any beach lover would adore getting one of these cuties especially when they find out that you made it!
Supplies needed to create a succulent in a seashell
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- Succulent plant
- large conch or whelk shell, we found ours on the beach but you can purchase them here
- Succulent Soil
- Dried moss
Instructions for making a succulent in seashell planter
Make sure your shell doesn’t have any large holes on the back side. Then simply put the succulent soil in the shell, you’ll only need a bit.
Gently remove the succulent plant from it’s container and place it in the dirt in the shell. You can use just one or a few, it’s up to you.
I like to add a little moss to cover the dirt but again, that’s up to you.
Pop a gift tag on and you’re done!