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Repurposed Sweater Felt Succulent Garden

By: Claire Armstrong from
Repurposed Sweater Felt Succulent Garden
Repurposed Sweater Felt Succulent Garden

"This is one succulent garden you can't kill. Not only is it an upcycled and repurposed craft, it is made from the scraps of other craft projects. All the gorgeous fake succulents are made from felt scraps from old wool sweater projects. (you can use craft felt) There are detailed instructions on how to make each individual succulent. I promise there is no crochet, knitting or sewing involved. They are very simple to make. Even the planter the garden sits in is upcycled. I used some old denim and tin can for this."

Materials List

  • old sweater felt or craft felt
  • glue
  • cookie tin
  • waistbands from old jeans
  • Ikea cork trivet
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This is one of the most unique project I have seen in a long time. There's nothing to it. It's inexpensive and beyond easy to make. You can go sedate and natural looking. Or wild to match your decor. I have just got to make one for my patio dining table soon,

You know, you really cannot go wrong with this idea. You can use all kinds of colors to create your felted succulents. I do not think you have to stck to the realistic green. Why not have fun with it and pick some colors that POP?! You literally just cut strips using a rotary cutter and wrap them around florist wire- that is IT!


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