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Stylish DIY Planter Of A Fallen Tree Piece

Succulents have become everybody’s love recently because they are cute and simple to take care of. Here’s a great idea how to use a piece of an old tree as a planter for some cool succulent.  You’ll need a piece of tree – don’t cut it, just take some fallen tree, a drill, sand paper, soil and a succulent. Peel the bark from the tree, cut the desired length, hollow out the center with a drill and chip the remaining out. Now sand it and put a coat of protective sealer on it to finish it off. Put some soil inside and your plant; you may also use it as a candle holder.

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  1. hann Says:

    from what tree this has been made of?

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