I've got to tell you, I'm nuts over succulents. Admittedly, I've never been a big plant fan, my thumb has been perpetually brown. Until I found these great little resilient plants that can withstand my fast lifestyle and require little attention, yet always deliver a big visual punch. What's not to love? I'm also a huge fan of Capri Blue candles. Blue Jean is my go-to scent (I'm simply gaga over the holiday fragrances), and when I quickly realized that these gorgeous glass candle jars could be used as planters? Well, let's just say I did a little happy dance & quickly got to work...
One thing I love about Capri Blue is that after your candle is done burning, you're not left with a carcass, but instead, beautiful potential. We're using a muse style faceted jar candle and my FAVORITE succulent: echeveria. But definitely mix and match any style candle & succulent to suit your fanciful design needs! I promise this isn't a DIY that'll take but 5 minutes or less once you do it a time or two. It only takes a few simple ingredients (all of which were purchased from Home Depot for around $10 including the plant) and you'll have endless ways to perfectly repurpose your favorite candles!
Want to see all of you options? Shop our collection of signature, muse & holiday Capri Blue candles in-store! And while you're at it peek at our gorgeous DIY succulents for inspiration.
Want more info on succulents? Click here for a link to basic care. Click here if you've had trouble with succulents and want to trouble shoot!