Succulents are the most amazing plant out there. They are hardy and if you loose any leaves, you can propagate them to create more succulents. I mean how cool is that? It’s like they have super powers. Plus, they come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes and look amazing too!
This review is based strictly on my opinion. I was provided these samples free of charge by Oriental Trading to provide my honest review. I was also compensated to blog on the Oriental Trading Blog. In addition, some links in this post contain affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link (Amazon links). All ideas and opinion are my own.
You guys, I literally KILL every plant I’ve ever had because I just don’t have time to properly care for them. To my defense, I am able to keep four kids (and a husband too) alive and they seem to be thieving, so there’s that! Ha! Guess what? I can keep succulents alive too! They are very forgiving and actually appreciate me if I don’t water them. Fun Fact Time: Did you know, the larger the succulent leaves are the less water it needs? True story! That’s because bigger leaves can store more water. Makes sense, right?
I am by no means a succulent expert, but I do know a thing or two about succulents. I have made several wreaths, arrangements, and have also propigated my own succulents. I’ve been growing them for four or five years at this point and am still obsessed with them!
Creating a Living Succulent Wreath is really pretty easy. If you want to make your own Beautiful Living Succulent Wreath make sure you check out the step-by-step tutorial on the Oriental Trading blog. You won’t be disappointed. In fact, I think you will be impressed with how easy these are to make.
Come and attend one of my workshops where we create beautiful succulent arrangements too! Stay tuned for more information on this! I am so excited to be offering classes really soon! I know you guys are going to love making your own beautiful succulent creations too!
Personal thanks to my handsom hubby for snapping many of these photos for me! He’s cute and a great stand in photographer. I guess I will keep him! Thanks Honey!