How to Make a Birdcage Planter

This birdcage planter makes for an easy upcycle. With little more than succulents, a birdcage and soil you can add a splash of greenery to your home!

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How to Make a Birdcage Planter
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Give your birdcage a good wash and assemble your succulents for use. If you have succulent plants in your garden, go ahead and cut some clippings to use. Otherwise buy plants at your local nursery.

Give your birdcage a good wash and assemble your succulents for use. If you have succulent plants in your garden, go ahead and cut some clippings to use. Otherwise buy plants at your local nursery.

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Using plastic zip ties, join 1 side of the birdcage base to the metal top. Reinforce the bottom of your birdcage with landscaping fabric and fill with soil.

Using plastic zip ties, join 1 side of the birdcage base to the metal top. Reinforce the bottom of your birdcage with landscaping fabric and fill with soil.

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Start filling the bottom of your birdcage with plants. Once filled close the top and secure the second side with zip ties.

Start filling the bottom of your birdcage with plants. Once filled close the top and secure the second side with zip ties.

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Now working from the outside in, add some accent succulents to the outer sides of the planter.

Now working from the outside in, add some accent succulents to the outer sides of the planter.

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When your birdcage planter is complete hang it up with a ceiling hook. For more awesome upcycling ideas visit UpcycleThat.com

When your birdcage planter is complete hang it up with a ceiling hook. For more awesome upcycling ideas visit UpcycleThat.com

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