Gardening is quite a feat hobby. It demands serious time and effort. So if gardening isn’t your cup of tea, there are mini planters like wine cork planters as a cute ornament. Both live and artificial mini-potted plants make any space or spots pretty. So you can make your mini-planter by taking a look at the DIY example of a wine cork planter at the end of the post. These mini-DIY projects are found in various spots in the home. For example, those with the magnet are on the fridge caps. Ones without magnets are on the wall. On the other hand, a collection of wine cork planters decorates many living room tables. Specifically, those with stylish writing are mostly preferred rather than the plain one. Except for this, you can keep it for yourself as can give it to someone as a gift.
Plants For Mini Wine Cork Planter
Each plant sometimes may not suit these kinds of planters. Mostly, succulent plants such as cactus, aloe vera, jade plant, hens and chicks, sunburst, and so on can fit in mini wine cork planters. These plants aren’t fussy in general. Therefore, its care is easy. On top of that, you can make a lot of wine cork planters by propagating the succulent. For example, stem cutting and division are each of the propagation ways. Finally, these projects are one of the easiest ways to pretty your place up. No need to say, it is cheap and easy to make. Of course, DIY Projects with wine corks are limitless. For example, you can also craft a lot of Christmas ornaments made of wine corks. There is no human being on earth who said it was no point of these DIY project yet. So it is worth trying to make a cute one for your place.
DIY – How To Make A Wine Cork Planter With The Magnet?
Materials and Tools
Wine corks, Magnets, Glue, Soil, Knife.
1) First of all, make a cavity with the knife in a circular motion in a way that the succulent plant fits perfectly in it.
2) Then use the glue to stick the magnet onto the middle of the cork.
3) Put an inch of soil into the cork base.
4) Add the succulent plant to the little soil-filled cork.
5) After then pour the rest of the soil.
6) Misting it with a water spray and your wine cork planter is ready.