Fall Farmhouse DIY: Pumpkin Succulent
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Hey beauties, it’s Julia from Instagram @juliaterpstra and I’m absolutely thrilled to be guest blogging here at FM Farmhouse to share an oh so easy and oh so stunning Succulent Pumpkin DIY.
I love everything about fall, but mostly the pumpkins. I’m also a bit of a succulent addict, so put those two babies together and I’m in heaven. Let’s pop into my greenhouse ‘cause I’ve got a DIY treat for you! No tricks, I promise!
This is where things get good, because it’s time to add those amazing succulents! This one is pretty large, so I’m going to simply pull some of the leaves off and trim up the stem a bit.
Here you have a choice. You can arrange all your succulents and then go back and glue; or simply glue as you go. I like to live on the edge and glue as I go. I’m dangerous like that. I start with my bigger succulents first and then fill in with the little ones.
That is it. Seriously. You are amazing and wonderful and creative. You made the most beautiful succulent pumpkin! Pat yourself on the back and then run for the pumpkin patch, because no one can stop at just one.
Care is easy. Simply spritz with water a few times a week. These will easily last through Thanksgiving. When you are are finished with them, peel off the succulents and plant them in the ground or a pot. You can also dig a hole and plant the entire thing, pumpkin and all! Next year if you are lucky you will have a pumpkin vine growing in your yard along with your succulents!
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