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How To Make Your Own Book Planters for Succulents

DIY INDOOR GARDEN / BOOK CRAFTS :: DIY Book Planter :: Materials: 1 book, parchment paper/plastic bag, white glue or Mod-Podge :: TIPS: The night before, rub some glue or MP on the edges of the pages to help when cutting. After cutting, rub some glue or MP on the inside of the pages where you've cut out to seal. Try cutting to the size of a tofu tub & using that as lining instead of parchment or plastic. For succulents, mix sand in the soil & plant larger ones in the corners for support.

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How To Make Your Own Book Planters for Succulents

Book Planter

Epipremnum aureus: Not at all practical - but a lush alternative to door/beads/curtain etc. I will find a way.

OK, planting succulents or bonsai in a book is certainly an altered use as well as being somewhat ironic...as in, pages in the book are made from...what? Think I should first choose a little plastic container for my planter and cut hole to accommodate that.

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Upcycled Vintage Book Planter - Open

Upcycled Vintage Book Planter

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Upcycled Vintage Book Planter - Closed

Upcycled vintage book planter

Awesome idea! Bundt pan from thrift store, painted & planted - umbrella fits right thru the hole

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Chandelier Planter Tutorial

Angelonia Serena – a tough plant that blooms all summer long with blooms that resemble a snapdragon. Angelonia loves the hot, dry conditions of summer, are resistant to disease, & make great cut flowers. They are compact enough for both container and border plantings. If you are searching for a prolific blooming, hot weather (but humid tolerant) plant, give Angelonia a whirl.

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How To Make Your Own Book Planters for Succulents

DIY Book Planter