DIY these cute and handy planters for your succulents
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Easy as 1, 2, 3
Try out this DIY Polyhedral Planters using Pioneer’s Epoxy Clay Aqua for a trendy storage to place your succulents and air plants in a retro and geometric planter piece.
Pioneer EpoxyClay Aqua
Step 1: Look for set polyhedral patterns online; print, cut, and glue according to your preferred shape.
Step 2: Knead the Pioneer Aqua Epoxy to follow the shape of the polyhedral paper mold. Use the dowel to create a hole into the planter top.
Step 3: Leave and set for 30 minutes. After this time, peel or scrub off the polyhedral mold cutout. Use water and sand down if necessary.
Step 4: Hang your air plants with a thread or jute twine.
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