Eco-Friendly DIY: Holiday Tin Succulent Garden

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After all of the gingerbread men, chocolate brownies and candies have been devoured and you finally get around to packing up the holidays, you may find yourself with a plethora of holiday tins and festive tissue paper that might be too worn out to use next year. Don’t trash them! Try out this quick and easy project from Earth911 resident craft expert Alexandra Vietti to utilize them all year round, instead.

 

Succulent Tin Garden

Photo: Alexandra Vietti, Earth911
Photo: Alexandra Vietti, Earth911
Photo: Alexandra Vietti, Earth911
Photo: Alexandra Vietti, Earth911
Photo: Alexandra Vietti, Earth911
Photo: David Moroney, Earth911
Photo: Jennifer Berry, Earth911
Photo: Jennifer Berry, Earth911
Photo: Jennifer Berry, Earth911
Photo: Alexandra Vietti, Earth911

Living in the desert, I am always looking for ways to create little upcycled homes for my favorite kind of plants; succulents. Follow these instructions and tips to fashion a modular succulent garden out of holiday tin and tissue paper leftovers for your home or office. Who doesn’t love indoor plants?

This one is super kid friendly too!

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