Outdoor Succulent Garden Wreath

Using clay pots and a grapevine wreath, I created an Outdoor Succulent Garden Wreath.

Its been a long while since I’ve tackled a craft project and I was long overdue for one. With the craziness of moving, renovating, and decorating our new home, crafting got put on the back burner. Well, my creative juices are starting to flow again and I’m ready to get back to some projects!

 Today, I’m going to show you an easy DIY outdoor succulent garden wreath which will spruce up your outdoor decor. 

Our window over the kitchen sink looks out at our white brick garage wall. Not all that exciting of a view! So I would have something pretty to look at, I decided to make an outdoor wreath.  I was given this large grapevine wreath from my mom when they no longer had a use for it.  To give it some life, I thought some terra-cotta pots with succulents would make a great outdoor living display.  I have seen some similar ones on Pinterest, so I decided to give it a try.

Supplies:

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Outdoor Acrylic Paint: Cloud White, Grey Skies, and Fern Green

Large Grapevine Wreath: The one I used was purchased at Michaels, here is a smaller one online

Clay Pots: 

Floral Wire

Spanish Moss

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Instructions:

  1. The first step is to paint one coat of outdoor paint on your clay pots.  Distress if you want with sandpaper.
  2. Wrapping floral wire through the hole in the bottom of the pot and around edge twisting it at the top to secure.
  3. Secure excess wire to grapevine wreath where you want your pots and twist to secure.
  4. Add live succulents or faux to your pots.

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I decided to use a combination of real and faux succulents.  I'm going to see if I can keep the real ones alive.  If so, next year, I will go all real!  But you really can't tell, the faux look so realistic!

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I love how it turned out! The spot I have it hanging is slightly under the roofline, so it should avoid getting a lot of water.  It looks great from my window and makes a fun addition to our outdoor decor.  

Looking for more succulent projects?  You may like this Spring Tablescape with Succulents, Mini Succulent Arrangements, or a DIY Succulent Wreath.

To life feeling like home!

XO,

 

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