Minimalist Propagation Plant Stand

This minimalist propagation plant stand is very versatile. It adds a nice simple touch to your desk while also propagating the plant or it can make a nice gift!
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Total Time: 20 minutes

Supplies:

Steps:

  1. Using any wood piece you have as your base. Then position your glass vial and mark a dot to drill a hole.
  2. Drill hole about 3/4 down (not all the way through).
  3. Cut copper wire lengths to your desired size. I cut my my wire to be 9" and 12" long.
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  5. Add hot glue into the hole and insert copper wire as pictured.
  6. Now ready to form the shape you want to make. I formed a circle.
  7. Hot glue the glass vial to the base of each.
  8. Add water and plant cutting and you're ready to display or gift.

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July 23, 20200 found this helpful

A very cute idea for growing cuttings in a decorative way. Thanks for sharing.

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July 23, 20200 found this helpful

Thank you! I made a few more to gift as gifts already. :) It's a little splash of green!

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