DIY Geometric Faceted Planter from Clay

Finding just the right tiny planters for your succulents can be tough, so why not make some yourself? Our little pots have interesting faceted sides that add a touch of angular geometry to your décor.

Finding just the right tiny planters for your succulents can be tough, so why not make some yourself? Our little pots have interesting faceted sides that add a touch of angular geometry to your décor. Start with a ball of modeling clay and form a small round pot with thick sides, working quickly enough that the clay does not fully dry. Next, use a utility knife to slice off pieces of the outside of the pot at an angle, rotating the pot so that all parts have an angular slice removed. Let it dry completely. Add small succulents and some pebbles to hold them — you’re ready to display your tiny gems. So easy!

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Clay geometric planterView in gallery

Clay geometric planterView in gallery

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