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Add some boho to your home this summer with my fun DIY rattan succulent wall hanging planter! Make this DIY wall basket or door hanger in minutes with my fav succulents and cactus picks! For more fun projects like this see my Wreaths page.

Rattan Succulent Wall Hanging Planter Wreath

Bring summer inside with this perky basket wall hanger filled with faux cactus’, succulents, and sweet hanging string of pearls. I found this fun rattan basket wall hanger on my new fav thrift store Mercari.com! Since a lot of my old thrift store haunts were closed or slow opening I found a new addictive place to shop and bargain online.

Mercari is the perfect place to let things go you no longer use, but it is also a great place to find some amazing things! I love round planters and when this fun round wicker on caught my eye I knew it was going to be a great succulent holder.

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I didn’t want the same old succulents you see at all of the stores so I went on an Amazon quest to find some very cool and unique faux succulents. I also wanted to add some cactus picks in there to change it up! Let me show you how easy it is to out it all together.

Rattan Succulent Wall Hanging Planter

Supplies:

how to make a rattan basket succulent wreath

Instructions:

how to cut foam

Make sure your large foam brick fits securely inside your wall basket. Use the small foam brick to fill in any spaces you want to add succulents. Cut the small brick diagonally with a sharp knife.

foam for round basket

Place them on the ends of the large foam brick.

tie foam with wire

Wrap a long piece of floral foam around the small bricks and large bricks horizontally and twist the ends together to tighten them.

tie foam to basket

Wrap another piece of floral wire around the bricks vertically.

secure foam to basket

Place the end through the basket and twist to tighten to keep the foam stable in the basket.

floral foam in round basket

You can use foam glue or low heat glue gun and glue sticks to keep the foam stable but I may use this basket for something else, so I went with wire for this project.

add succulents to basket

Place 3 of the main large succulents into the foam first. Then add the tallest pieces next. Then the hanging string of pearls. I placed a long one on the left and a long and short on the right side. The short pick is in the center.

fill in the smaller succulents

Add in all of the extra pieces of small succulents to fill in any holes. That’s it! Just hang it up and you’re finished! It took me 15 minutes to put this project together. Super quick!

round succulent wall planter
faux succulent wall arrangement
rattan hanging wall baskets

I hope I have inspired you to make a succulent wall hanging planter for your home! I love how fun all of the colors of the succulents in this arrangement pop!

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More hanging succulent ideas…

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Rattan Faux Succulent Wall Hanging Planter Wreath

Rattan Faux Succulent Wall Hanging Planter Wreath

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $30

Bring summer inside with this perky basket wall hanger filled with faux cactus', succulents, and a sweet hanging string of pearls.

Materials

  • Rattan Wall Basket
  • Floral Foam: 1 Large Brick, 1 Small Brick
  • Floral Wire or Foam Glue
  • Succulent Set: 15 Succulent Picks 1- Cactus Yellow Flower Pick
  • 1 Cactus Pick
  • 3 Faux String of Pearls Picks
  • Decorative Moss (optional) I did not use any

Tools

  • Sharp Knife

Instructions

    1. Make sure your large foam brick fits securely inside your wall basket. Use the small foam brick to fill in any spaces you want to add succulents.
    2. Cut the small brick diagonally with a sharp knife. Place them on the ends of the large foam brick.
    3. Wrap a long piece of floral foam horizontally around the small bricks and large bricks and twist the ends together to tighten them.
    4. Wrap another piece of floral wire around the bricks vertically. Place the end through the basket and twist to tighten to keep the foam stable in the basket.
    5. Place 3 of the main large succulents into the foam first. Then add the tallest pieces next. Then the hanging string of pearls. I placed a long one on the left and a long and short on the right side. The short pick is in the center.
    6. Add in all of the extra pieces of small succulents to fill in any holes.

Notes

Use foam glue or low heat glue gun and sticks to keep the foam stable but I may use this basket for something else, so I went with wire for this project.

Use decorative moss to hide any foam that shows through.

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One Comment

  1. Rebecca Payne says:

    OMG! This wreath is Gorgeous. It really stands out on the yellow Door. Great job!

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