Ready for the best new trend in miniature gardens? Try a garden in a teacup! You can use your imagination and make an incredibly creative fairy teacup garden, or just add a touch of living charm to… well, to just about anywhere you can set down a teacup! It’s a great way to make some “living green” portable, charming and easy to take care of. Succulents, herbs, and even mini varieties of well known garden plants are now being sold for miniature gardens just like this. The whimsy from a teacup fairy garden can bring a smile to anyones face, and let’s face it…this is just such a simple and fun project, right?
Hanging Teacup Planter Upcycle with China & Pearls
Learn how to create a hanging teacup planter by upcycling a china cup and planting it with a proper plant, using twine to create a hanger. Get the tutorial from Hearth and Vine.
Succulent Favours with Printable Tag
Make your next party favours “succulent” with these easy DIY teacup plants and our free printable gift tag! Get the tutorial from The Party Girl.
Succulent Teacup Planter
If you don’t have a knack for gardening and can’t keep anything alive for more than a few days, then this DIY craft is for you. Succulents are a huge trend in home decor right now and, luckily, they are low maintenance as they can thrive in the simplest of environments. Get the tutorial from Fun365.
DIY Succulent Teacup Planter
These adorable DIY Succulent Teacup Planter make perfect little handmade gifts! Bonus, succulents are easy to care for if anyone with a black thumb! A sweet idea for Mother’s Day, teacher’s gifts, neighbor gifts, Valentine’s gifts, party/shower favors, thank you gifts… You name it! Get the tutorial from Hello Creative Family.
DIY Upcycled Tea Cup Planter
Make these spiffy tea cup planters using white Chinese teacups and some nail polish! Get the tutorial from Make and Tell.
Teacup Cactus Planters
If you want to make planters like these, hit up some antique stores or even Goodwill stores in your area to see if you can find something for cheap. It doesn’t have to be a nice piece since you’re just painting it. Get the tutorial from By Brittany Goldwyn.
Teacup Succulent Planters
Give new life to old teacups by turning them into succulent planters! They’re low maintenance plants and add simple color and texture to your space! See how easy it is to make your own! Get the tutorial from Tattooed Martha.
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