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This gorgeous mini succulent wreath DIY is an enchanting way to capture a little bit of summer. Makes a terrific hostess, or housewarming gi...

This gorgeous mini succulent wreath DIY is an enchanting way to capture a little bit of summer. Makes a terrific hostess, or housewarming gi...

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Tutorial  // Affordable and pretty DIY faux succulent wreath using supplies from the Dollar Tree!

Tutorial // Affordable and pretty DIY faux succulent wreath using supplies from the Dollar Tree!

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Live wreaths - Seriously, you can do this?  I love it.

Live wreaths - Seriously, you can do this? I love it.

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Living wreath with ivy, succulents, lobelia and add couple of coastal pieces, love it!

Living wreath with ivy, succulents, lobelia and add couple of coastal pieces, love it!

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Hang your DIY wreath either where it can be seen, or where it's handy to cut fresh herbs for your meals. countrywomanmagazine.com

Hang your DIY wreath either where it can be seen, or where it's handy to cut fresh herbs for your meals. countrywomanmagazine.com

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Planta tela

Planta tela

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Make a Living Wreath for Spring : Decorating : Home & Garden Television

Make a Living Wreath for Spring : Decorating : Home & Garden Television

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My first succulent wreath

My first succulent wreath

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Hang your wreath using galvanized hardware to prevent rust. If you'll be displaying your wreath on a wooden surface, such as a door, consider covering the back of the wreath with plastic attached with crafts pins to protect the wood from moisture. Test Garden Tip: Water your succulent wreath when it feels dry -- every three to 10 weeks, depending on temperature and lighting. Soak the wreath in a container of water for at least one hour. Avoid misting or surface-spraying your wreath; this…

Hang your wreath using galvanized hardware to prevent rust. If you'll be displaying your wreath on a wooden surface, such as a door, consider covering the back of the wreath with plastic attached with crafts pins to protect the wood from moisture. Test Garden Tip: Water your succulent wreath when it feels dry -- every three to 10 weeks, depending on temperature and lighting. Soak the wreath in a container of water for at least one hour. Avoid misting or surface-spraying your wreath; this…

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I took a trip to the craft store a couple of weeks ago with the intention of picking up a few Christmas decorations. On a whim I decided to DIY my own succulent wreath, and walked out with my arms filled with supplies. I love the idea of decorations that can easily be modified and used year round. When the season is up I plan to remove the bow and hang my wreath outside.

I took a trip to the craft store a couple of weeks ago with the intention of picking up a few Christmas decorations. On a whim I decided to DIY my own succulent wreath, and walked out with my arms filled with supplies. I love the idea of decorations that can easily be modified and used year round. When the season is up I plan to remove the bow and hang my wreath outside.

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