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Spring is a time of renewal and greenery. If you've got a black thumb like me when it comes to houseplants, well, Spring is not so green! That's why I love faux plants, like this DIY Felt Succulent Shadowbox. Succulents are really easy to make with felt and a pair of scissors. If you have a die cut machine, you can use a few flower dies to make " faux succulents".  This project is super simple and it all comes together with Aleene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue. Let's get started:



What you need:

For this project you'll need:

I used a die cut machine to cut some of the felt into flower shapes. Then I used scissors to get the rest of the felt into more succulent shapes.

If your wood shadowbox is natural, stain it to give it a more rustic, aged look.

Layer the felt shapes to make succulent shapes. Adhere all the pieces together with Aleene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue.

Apply a small dab of Aleene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue to the back of each flower. 

Press the flowers and faux succulents into the wood to adhere. Add moss between the flowers for a more natural look. Allow to dry and display!

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Published Date

March 11, 2017