What is it about a tiny planter that is so appealing? This hanging shell planter is a little gem that provides secret enjoyment in a large space, or a perfect-sized parcel in a small space. To make one:
Plant a little soil in large, pot-shaped shell and tuck in a few succulent cuttings or a small tropical.
Thread wire or fishing line through the openings to hang. If there is no place to tie the wire or fishing line on, then use an electric drill to make a small pilot hole. To prevent the shell from cracking, place a piece of masking tape on the shell where you will drill the hole. Drill slowly and don’t push, allow the drill to do the work.
If, like me, you can’t pass up a pretty seashell and add it to your ever-growing collection, then you will love these of ideas for using seashells: