CURIOUS COM­MUNE

Strange and beau­ti­ful air plants find a way into your home with this quick DIY

Northern Living - - CRAFT - TEXT, STYLING, AND PHO­TOG­RA­PHY INA AMOR ME­JIA

CLAY POTS

What you’ll need:

Tiny plas­tic or clay pots Small mag­nets Coins In­dus­trial glue Small air plants of your choice Di­rec­tions: 1. De­cide on which wall you want to stick the pots to, prefer­ably where there is bright, in­di­rect light and good air cir­cu­la­tion. 2. Glue the mag­nets to the backs of the pots. 3. Glue the coins to the wall sur­face. 4. When the glue dries, stick the pots onto the coins on the wall and place the air plants in them. 5. To keep the pots light­weight and to pro­tect the plants from rot, do not put any soil in the pots. 6. Fol­low­ing proper air plant care, re­move the air plants from the pots when wa­ter­ing is needed.

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