The easiest DIY yet: Customer makes a stunning plant box centrepiece in minutes using budget products from Kmart and Bunnings
- A clever shopper has shared how to make a stunning DIY plant box
- Christina, from Melbourne, used supplies from Kmart and Bunnings
- She used a $5 candle holder, $8 pebbles and three succulents from Bunnings
- She filled the box with pebbles, placed the plants in and topped with pebbles
- The process was shared a now-viral video on TikTok, impressing thousands
A creative shopper has shared how to make your own plant box for a chic low-maintenance table centrepiece using affordable buys from Kmart and Bunnings Warehouse
In a now-viral TikTok video, Melbourne customer Christina revealed she used a $5 centrepiece candle holder from Kmart, $8 white pebbles and three succulents from Bunnings.
The easy DIY is ideal for those on a budget seeking stylish home decor with a splash of colour.
Christina, from Melbourne, used a $5 centrepiece candle holder from Kmart, $8 white pebbles and three succulents from Bunnings Warehouse to make the box
To make the on-trend planter box, Christina filled the glass panelled candle holder halfway with white pebbles to form a base.
She removed three succulent plants from the holders and placed all three into the box, but made sure to space them out evenly.
Christina placed one succulent at each end and positioned another succulent in the centre of the holder.
She then poured more white pebbles on top to cover the dirt and roots attached to the succulents, then made sure they were evenly spread on top.
She then removed three succulent plants from their store-bought holders and placed them into the box, but made sure to space them out evenly
Christina placed the plant holder beside a window in her home to ensure the succulents get enough sunlight.
She did not add any extra soil or drainage holes to the box as the plants are low maintenance and require only a small amount of water every few weeks.
The simple DIY has attracted more than 62,000 views from TikTok users who were impressed and inspired by the project.
Christina placed a succulent plant at each end and another succulent in the centre of the holder, then poured more white pebbles on top to cover the dirt
‘Girl, such a creative and stunning idea! Amazing,’ a fan wrote in the comments.
‘I’m gonna do it… Thanks for the idea,’ another wrote.
‘This would be beautiful as a centrepiece on an outdoor setting,’ a third person suggested.