My mom and I had a great time making these gorgeous summer table centerpieces! My father's 70th Birthday celebration was the perfect event to get crafty with wine boxes and succulents! Ever since I can remember my father has been growing grapes and collecting wine, so my mom and I decided to re-purpose his wine boxes and use them as centerpieces. See how to assemble these centerpieces below. Enjoy! See supply list at the bottom.
We left the succulents inside their original planter, so it would easier to water and drain.
Use gravel or rocks to prop up the succulent pots to the right height. Fill in exposed space around the succulent plant with dried moss.
Longer succulent branches make for a great filler around the boxes! Use flower tubes filled with water and put long branches of succulents inside.
Add moss and succulent tubes as seen below to add some fullness! Arrange to balance out each corner and don't forget to have some fun!
My mom had the great idea to add longer sticks covered in moss for the final touch!
Project Supplies List:
Succulents- All sizes and colors (get creative here)
Boxes or Containers- We re-purposed wine boxes and found smaller square boxes from Save On Crafts !
Gravel, Dried Moss, and Moss covered thin branches- Found at Michaels Craft store
Please email me if you have any questions, I would be happy to help! Happy crafting!