Succulents in Tea Cups……

This year we have planted succulents in all kinds of containers.  We’ve planted them in chicken feeders, tin cans, and I think my favorite place: tea cups!

Succulents

They just look good no matter what you plant them in….and wherever you put them. I had these little random pieces of Homer Laughlin china….a tea cup and a creamer, and I love how these little plants look in them on our summer mantel.

Succulents

No. 1 Son gave his grandmother a pretty fern planted in a vintage gravy boat for Christmas…and she loved it. I love using unique things as planters…pretty much anything that will hold dirt! Have you ever used something as a planter that was not traditionally used as one? I love new ideas…… =)

 

Happy Monday~

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  1. Consuela says:

    I used my A initial coffee cup from anthro. It’s a long hanging suculant and looks great!

  2. I adore succulents! Yours look very sweet. Found you from Met Monday. Feel free to visit my blog anytime. : )

  3. Your teacup succulents is such a sweet addition to your Summer mantel. I love finding vintage treasures and coming up with different ways to repurpose them.
    Thanks for the inspiration,
    Suzanne
    Pieced Pastimes
    PS-Would love to have you link this up to Saturday Sparks. Links open till Friday.

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