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How to Make your own Marble Succulent Pots

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Super simple, inexpensive and packing a decor punch? Yes please! In case you haven’t noticed, one of my goals for 2016 is to become more comfortable in the world of ‘crafting’ and to find ways to make crafts mesh with my decor. I highly doubt I’m going to be making macaroni art anytime soon, but I have managed to use basic craft supplies to create cute additions to our home lately.

Today, I’m going to show you how to make your own Marble Succulent Pots!Make your own DIY Marble Pots via DIY Passion

Everyone loves succulents right? I definitely do. I admit, I’m not the best at keeping them alive… but I still really love them.

In fact, I have a whole Pinterest Board devoted just to succulent projects if you want to follow along!

Here’s what you need:

DIY Marble Flower Pot Supplies

Step one is to paint the top and inner rim of your pots with your white chalk paint. It doesn’t have to have a perfect line.Painted Terra Cotta Pot with Chalk Paint

Step two … Cut a piece of your contact paper to fit around the bottom of your pot. Smooth it down, trim it with an X-acto knife and voila!Flower Pot wrapped in Contact Paper

See?? Told you it was the EASIEST! 🙂DIY Marble Flower pots

Okay, the last step is to put your succulents into the pots.Faux marble pots

I’m just so excited to have something new and fresh to put on my little desk in my new sunroom office nook. I also love that this craft was WAY less than an hour. It probably was 15 minutes all in 🙂Make your own Marble Succulent Pots

Here are some other sweet little one hour crafts to try! (If I can do them, you can!)

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Cassie @ Little Red Window

Thursday 3rd of March 2016

These turned out so cute, I can't believe it's contact paper! Thanks for sharing with us at The DIY Collective Link Party! Hope you come back and join us again next thursday! xoxo, Cassie @ Little Red Window

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