Holiday DIY: Mini Plant Ornaments | Ty Pennington
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How To | Mini Plant Ornaments

Yes, the tree is already green (and may be real if you opt for one), but who’s to say you can’t add a little more “green” to those festive branches with a potted mini plant or two.

Today’s Holiday DIY uses some succulents, mini terra-cotta pots and some creativity to dress up your Christmas tree.

Holiday DIY: Mini Plant Ornaments | Ty Pennington

Supplies:

  • mini tera-cotta pots (size of your choosing)
  • colorful markers or paint…even gitter
  • bells
  • ribbon
  • succulents (or other potted plants)

Directions:

1. Decorate your terra-cotta pot as desired.

Holiday DIY: Mini Plant Ornaments | Ty Pennington

2. Loop a piece of ribbon and pass the ends through the bottom holes of the pot. Be sure to leave the looped end hanging out of the pot as this will act as you hook for hanging on the tree

3. Tie a knot with the lose ends of the ribbon around your bell and tie a bow with the excess ribbon.

4. Plant you succulent in the pot, making sure that your looped ribbon is open for hanging.

Holiday DIY: Mini Plant Ornaments | Ty Pennington Holiday DIY: Mini Plant Ornaments | Ty Pennington

5. Hang on your tree as desired.

 

Like what you see? Check out our other Holiday DIY project right here!

Ty Pennington

Ty Pennington is best known as the Emmy-award winning host of "Extreme Makeover Home Edition" and as the co-host of ABC Daytime's "The Revolution." He has been recognized as a home design expert, carpenter and leader in the field of volunteerism. TyPennington.com is a space to share his inspiration, design tips, daily musings and more. Ty can currently be seen on TLC's Trading Spaces.

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