11 Adorable DIY pots for your spring and summer succulents

Kiss your flowers and ferns goodbye; succulents are taking over the inside of many homes this year.

For those of you who have trouble keeping your indoor plants alive, succulents are here to help! Succulents do well in the simplest of environments, as they are one of the easiest plants to take care of. From dip-dyed and stenciled to Mod Podged and gold leafed, find out how to make your own DIY planters for your home!

Take a look at these 11 easy DIY succulent planters brought to you by the Blogger Program at Porch.com.

1. Wrapped In cord

Scoop up this gold cord-wrapped planter with a bungee cord, hot pink gravel rocks, paint and a glue gun.

Image: Hi Sugarplum

2. Painted paper doilies

Create a lace pattern on a plain pot by using paper dollies as a template.

Painted paper doilies

Image: Leah Bergman via Freutcake

3. Ombre dip-dyed

Upgrade your average ceramic pot by dipping it halfway into a bowl of tie dye for an ombre effect.

Image: I Spy DIY

4. Floral fabric Mod Podge

Cover your pots in a pretty floral fabric with the help of a little Mod Podge for a low-cost DIY project.

Image: Under The Sycamore

5. Pom-pom trimmed Solo cups

Make your succulent planters the main entertaining accessory this summer with this fun Solo cup succulents DIY!

Image: Camille Styles

6. Painted polka dots

This painted planter is stamped to perfection with a pencil eraser and acrylic paint.

Painted polkadots

Image: The Crafted Life

7. Small brass caps

Is your home begging for some brass? Make these brass succulent planters for less than $20!

Small brass caps

Image: Mandi Johnson via A Beautiful Mess

8. Painted plastic toy

Hollow out hard plastic toy animals, spray paint them a bright color and fill them with fresh soil to create these fun dino toy planters.

Image: Little Bit Funky

9. Gold-dipped

Bring your plants to life with these colorful gold-dipped pots that you can DIY in a day.


Image: Homey Oh My

10. Vintage copper containers

Hunting for vintage pieces to add to your home decor? Use vintage copper containers as planters to bring a one-of-a-kind look to the table.

Image: Bluebird Kisses

11. Gold leaf

A little gold leaf goes a long way in this succulent pot DIY!

Gold leaf

Image: Miss Renaissance


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