Back when I lived in Virginia during college, I used to work on a lot of DIY projects in my apartment to make it feel more like my own home. I've been going through a lot of my archives since we've been in the hotel and I have had more free time and I came across a really fun project that I did for my succulents a few years ago - DIY Dinosaur Succulent Planters! This is a super simple, easy-to-make project that you can finish in a few hours as long as you have the right materials. Read below and make your own!
• Foam dinosaurs (we found ours at the local flea market in Fort Green)
• White spray paint for plastic
• Exacto Knife
• Soil for planters
1. Spray paint your foam dinosaurs - they may need more than one coat of paint. Let them sit outside to dry.
2. Cut out a small, circular portion of the top with the exacto knife, this is where the plant will sit. Make sure it's deep enough to allow room for the plant to grow.
3. Drill 2-3 small holes in the bottom (on the belly) of the dinosaur - this will allow the planter to drain so that the soil doesn't get moldy after you water it.
4. Fill up your dinosaur with soil and add the plant! Now you're done and ready to enjoy these awesome planters!
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