12 Budget Friendly Succulent Planters

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Succulents can make a beautiful addition to any home! They’re also easy to care for (which I LOVE) and there are so many adorable varieties to choose from. But sometimes, those planters can be so expensive!

So today, I’m sharing with you 12 budget friendly succulent planters that you can make yourself and put in your home today!


12 Budget Friendly Succulent Planters you Need in your Home


1. DIY Succulent Arrangement

photo & tutorial credit: firstdayofhome.com

All you need is some creativity, succulents and a wooden planter and you can create this stunning arrangement of succulents perfect for any home!

I love how simple this is to make how elegant it looks in the home!

Get the full tutorial here!


2. Farmhouse Inspired DIY Hanging Succulent Planter 

photo & tutorial credit: thefrugalfarmgirl.com 

Farmhouse decor has been super popular online for quite some time and this farmhouse inspired succulent planter looks fantastic!!

If you want to add some farmhouse inspiration to your home without paying the big bucks, all you need is some wood, a wire basket and of course succulents!

And best of all, this whole planter only cost $25 to make!

Get the full tutorial here!



3. Vintage Tin Planter

photo & tutorial credit: pinkfortitude.com

If you love old vintage cans you’re going to love this! Head to your local consignment or vintage shop and go to town picking out old cans!

This is such a fun idea for a gift as well!

Get the full tutorial here!



4. Faux Aged Copper Planter

photo & tutorial credit: wherethesmileshavebeen.com 

I love the look of aged home decor and this planter is absolutely perfect! All you need is a bowl, some copper paint, and the right technique to turn your modern day ceramic bowl into a faux aged copper planter!

This planter makes the perfect centerpiece or even housewarming gift!

Get the full tutorial here!



5. Recycled Rain Boot Planter

photo & tutorial credit: chickenscratchny.com 

If you’ve got any old shoes or boots laying around don’t throw them out, reuse them and turn them into this adorable rainboot planter!

This is a fantastic way to get a second use out of those boots and to create something amazing for your front porch!

Get the full tutorial here!


6. Do it yourself West Elm Inspired Planter

photo & tutorial credit: annsentitledlife.com 

If you want an expensive looking planter without the hefty price tag, look no further than this DIY West Elm inspired succulent planter!

With a flower pot, some succulents and paint, you can inexpensively turn an old clay pot into something gorgeous for your home!

Get the full tutorial here!



7. Do it Yourself Planter

photo & tutorial credit: downredbuddrive.com  

Plants make the perfect gifts so why not save some money and make something from the heart with this stunning DIY planter!

The fun thing about making your own planter is you get to decide what plants you put in it! This planter is perfect for colorful blooming flowers or an assortment of succulents! You decide.

Get the full tutorial here!



8. DIY Succulent Arrangement

photo & tutorial credit: confessionsofanover-workedmom.com 

Whether you have a green thumb or not (like me) you easily turn an old mason jar into a gorgeous succulent planter!

These make the perfect gifts and add a pop of color to any home! Grab your jute and a jar and turn your mason jar into something you love!

Get the full tutorial here!



9. Shell Succulent Planter

photo & tutorial credit: abrideonabudget.com 

Whether you have a beach themed party, wedding or home, these do it yourself shell succulent planters are the perfect addition!

These shell planters are easy to make, budget friendly and super versatile! Paint them, use different shapes and play around with different colors to make something that fits your style perfectly!

Get the full tutorial here!



10. Yogurt Jar Succulent Planters

photo & tutorial credit: gingercasa.com  

I am all about recycling and repurposing and this do it yourself yogurt jar succulent planter is absolutely perfect!

Not only can you reduce waste, but you get to get your creativity on and make an incredible planter for your home! These also make the perfect gifts or office decor!

Get the full tutorial here!


11. Hanging Bucket Succulent Planter

photo & tutorial credit: ourcraftymom.com 

Buckets are a really fun way to showcase your gorgeous array of succulents and they also add a rustic touch as well!

This hanging bucket planter is perfect for any home is super budget friendly!

Get the full tutorial here!



12. Hanging Candle Holder Succulent Platner

photo & tutorial credit: jenniferperkins.com 

If you are in a crafty mood, this hanging succulent planter is perfect for you! All you need is an old candle holder, succulents and some rocks to make this incredible succulent planter!

Get the full tutorial here!



12 Succulent Planters you need to have in your home

Whether you’re feeling crafty and creative or you feel like repurposing there are so many different possibilities to make stunning planters for your own home.

And the best part is you don’t have to spend a fortune! Each of these planters is budget friendly, versatile and easy to make!

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18 thoughts on “12 Budget Friendly Succulent Planters

    1. Thank you for letting me use your candle holder terrarium, I love it! You’ve given me the inspiration to make my own and I know just where to put it! Thanks again, Jennifer!

  1. Thank you for including my DIY Succulent Planter. I love this roundup and will be pinning it for others. I love seeing all the creativity. Great job everyone.

    1. Thank you, Tasia, I’m so glad you like it! Thanks again for letting me use your planter, so much fun!

  2. These are some really great ideas. Of course I love the farmhouse Diy planters. I am now seeing succulents in a whole different light. You have just inspired me with this article. Thank you!

    1. Thank you so much, Davona! These are all such fun ideas for succulent planters and I love how easy they are to do and take care of!

    1. You’re welcome, Sammie! Thanks for letting me use it! I know, so many fun ideas for succulent planters my whole house is going to full of succulents!

    1. Thank you so much, Erika! I love all of these succulent planters I think my whole entire house and yard will be filled with them! So fun!

  3. Thanks for including my DIY succulent arrangement! I love all of the creativity shown here. I’m now inspired to create a few more succulent displays in my home!

    1. Absolutely, Crissy! I know me too! I just want to put all of these succulent planters all over my home, they’re so fun and so creative!

  4. These are great! I love them all, but number 2 and 11 are perfect matches for my current decor. They may just need to happen, thanks for the inspiration!

    1. Thank you so much, Nicole! There are so many fun ideas to play around with, my whole home is going to be filled with succulents!

  5. I have a serious succulent collection (and it continues to grow – kind of obsessed haha). I love all of these awesome ideas for unique, budget friendly planters! Thank you so much :). Can’t want to pot my new babies in new and unique ways <3

    1. Succulents are so much fun to plant, you get to be super creative and they’re so stunning! Thanks for stopping by our blog and taking the time to comment, Sara!

  6. Thank you so much for including my succulent idea! It’s always a great conversation starter and I love not having to worry about killing it! Love the other ideas here too 🙂

    1. Your very welcome, Tasia! Thank you for letting us use your succulent in our round-up post! I love succulents too because they’re the only plant I don’t kill!

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