Hi All! It’s Taryn from Design, Dining and Diapers, and I’m here with a super quick and easy project that will add a little character to any room. Stacy over at Not Just A Housewife was my inspiration for this project. She did the most beautiful garden for her kitchen, and I did my own little twist on it and a smaller version for my new bathroom. (which I revealed on my blog today, so you should go check it out!)
I know some people have expressed concern about drainage within a mason jar, but I’ve heard this can work as long as you don’t over water– which shouldn’t be a problem with succulents since they need very little. You can also put rocks in the bottom to help!
– Scrap piece of wood
– English Chestnut and Kona Stain
– (1) 3/4″ Screw
– Mason Jar
I started by wrapping the plumbers tape around the mason jar until it overlapped and I found two holes that aligned. Then I used heavy duty scissors to cut it.
I placed a screw directly through the two holes that aligned and then screwed them in place.
And then hang it on the wall and plant your succulent! I hung mine by placing a screw directly through the board and into the wall.
Do you have a place for one of these?
Don’t forget to check out my bathroom reveal here. 🙂