Originally inspired by Skip to my Lou’s cupcake stand, I took the project in a different direction to make a tabletop succulent garden. Succulents are probably the easiest plant to keep alive. So for those of you who have a black thumb this project is for you. Succulents are pretty hard to kill. I love the greenery paired with the industrial metal tubes and end caps used in this project. All these items can be found at Lowes.
I came across dozens of terrific ideas anyone could use to DIY a tiered dessert stand. You can find a tutorial for any skill level, style, size, or shape! Along with entertaining, they can be used to display craft supplies, spices, makeup, and seasonal decor. I think I might have to make a few more…..I might try one of these 5 Ways to Make Your Own Tiered Cake Stand.
Hello sweet readers of Infarrantly Creative, Laura of Finding Home back once again to share a monthly project. This time, we are making a wreath, just in time for summer – with faux succulents. I recognize that succulents are suppose to be hard to kill, but I manage to do so just the same. This wreath is filled with faux succulents bought at the craft store as well as ones made from wood branch slices.