How to Make Seashell Succulents

5:30:00 AM

These adorable faux succulents were on sale and 
you know what that means...

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I was snatching them up as many as I could and making them my own before the summer is over!

I started this project by painting each flowerpots white with Fusion Mineral Paint.

I decorated each pot using a glue gun and my collection of seashells from Florida.


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I tied some pots with a length of rope with shells, others were adorned with sea glass and pieces of driftwood. 


Create decorative pots for faux succulents. www.homeroad.net

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These succulents look amazingly real but unlike real ones, I may be able to keep these alive.


Create decorative pots for faux succulents. www.homeroad.net

Create decorative pots for faux succulents. www.homeroad.net

Create decorative pots for faux succulents. www.homeroad.net

Create decorative pots for faux succulents. www.homeroad.net

Create decorative pots for faux succulents. www.homeroad.net

Create decorative pots for faux succulents. www.homeroad.net


Each plant is an original and perfect for a place that may not get enough light (or water). 

I will put one on the shelf in my bathroom for a little greenery, the rest are on their way to Backstreet Antiques where the Homeroad Shop is now located. 

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2 comments

  1. So cute! What a cool way to use those beautiful shells!

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  2. Love your idea! I have a few of the faux succulents and think my pots could use some shells, too! Thanks for posting!

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