DIY Petite Easter Planters

A sweet and simple DIY to have you feeling festive



With the continuous displays of bunny-shaped chocolates, pastel colour palettes and an array of tulips, it's hard to avoid the fact that Easter is just around the corner.

Whether you are planning a family function or you just want to add a little pastel decor to your desk, these petite Easter planters are sure to have you feeling festive!



Here's what you'll need:

- Large plastic Easter eggs

- Hot glue gun and glue sticks

- Hexagon tiles

- Succulents

- Potting soil



Let's get started!

Step 1:

Break apart the top from the bottom of the plastic egg (you will only need the bottom).

Step 2:

Colour the rim of the plastic egg with the metallic pen. If desired, also colour the hexagon tile. Let dry.



Step 3:

Glue plastic egg to hexagon tile. Let dry.


Step 4:

Place succulents and potting soil into the plastic egg.

Enjoy your colourful and oh-so-festive petite planters and soak in all that is Easter!




Once they've had their time to shine, you can replant your succulents in a large planter together or enjoy them each of them separately in their own planters.