This past weekend I started setting up our backyard terrace. I had a few days off, so lots of time, although I totally underestimated the cleaning up part! Once everything was ready to be set up, I got the idea to use one of my pallets as a simple succulent pallet planter using baking tins. You know I’m
such a chicken a bit lazy, when it comes to using power tools and am avoiding them when I can. Well, this planter turned out really cute, and the best: no power tools were needed!
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Simple Succulent Pallet Planter Using Baking Tins
What you’ll need:
~ succulents & soil
Paint pallet with white latex paint and baking tins with white chalky finish paint. I used chalky paint for the baking tins, as it adheres really well and doesn’t chip. I gave them one coat of paint each on the outside and inside except for the bottom.
Plant succulents in baking tins and decorate with little rocks and place baking tins into pallet. I used 4 baking tins and put metal pots on the bottom part also filled with succulents. That’s it! So easy!
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There you have it! A super simple way of having succulents in your garden, on your terrace or balcony without using power tools. Let me know what you think! Thanks so much for stopping by, wishing you a lovely day!
If you’d love another simple idea of what to do with a pallet, check out my super simple pallet shoe rack here.