How to make seashell planters

Plants add life and greenery to indoor spaces and are a useful way to decorate for cheap. If you want to elevate the look of indoor plants from typical to adorable, simply add them to these DIY seashell planters.
With this unique and interesting way to display succulents, your space will gain a decorating element straight from the beach. Check out the video and instructions to get started.
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Materials
- Large seashells
- Metallic gold acrylic paint
- Paintbrush
- Faux pearls
- Hot glue gun
- Soil
- Succulents
Instructions
1. Paint the edges of all the seashells with gold acrylic paint.
2. Using the hot glue gun, glue three pearls onto the bottoms of each seashell. These will serve as little feet for the planters.
3. Add soil to all the seashells.
4. Create little wells in the soil and put the succulents into the wells.
5. Add more soil and gently press it around the succulent to stabilize the plant.
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