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  • Silvio S

    14. Wine Corks Source: inheritingourplanet.com Use them as tiny succulent planters. Glue many together for a DIY corkboard. Or bathmat. With a little shaping you can also combine into coasters. Add a hook and ring on the end for a neat upcycled keychain. Source: redesignrevolution.com

  • Jase

    Cork Planters - Tiny Gardens. Succulents. Fancy a little indoor garden? Well why not grow a micro herb garden made with upcycled corks!?! Not only do these look amazing they are also great recycling. You can buy a set of 4 of them in the image link but it would also not be too hard to make your own.

  • Thomas Jones

    Wine cork planters for succulents.

  • Angel B

    Wine corks as hanging planters? Intrigued!

  • Natalie White

    1. Wine Cork Garden

  • Jennifer MacDonald

    Cork planters: This is a great way to plant succulents. Scatter them on the wall within a frame and you could have a beautiful art piece, or glue a magnet on the back of the cork and place on your fridge.

  • Deborah Coulter

    succulent homemade gift ideas | 10 Creative Ways to Display Succulents

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This goes in the category of "Why didn't I think of that???" How cute would this idea be for a wine and cheese party?

Cool Diy Mini Magnet Garden - drill holes in corks and plant tiny "air" plants in them! SO cute.

birdcage succulent planter - i bet this is going to be GORGEOUS when it fills in ... would need to use a large enough cage so the scale is good ...

Living wall - succulents as wall art. Yes please.

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LOVE this idea. However, if I use all the indoor plant ideas I keep finding I am going to end up living in a jungle and have not time because I will be watering every minute of every day.

string of pearls/watering can....how cool it would be to have old watering cans all over landscaped areas of your yard.

These don't have to be 'all singing/all dancing' sometimes a focal point can just be something simple like here where these stone steps have been used to display some matching pots of Echeveria. The important thing is to create beautiful pictures within your garden.

Pots with succulents at entry stairs from street by David Feix Landscape Design, via Flickr, so gorgeous