DIY Marbleized Air Plant Pots

This DIY post was planned for tomorrow- March 1st- as an introduction to the month that brings Spring!  But, I couldn’t wait! I mean Feb 29th only comes every 4 years, so it doesn’t totally count as a day (except to the ones born on it, sorry peeps!)  Let’s make this extra day in our life count and bring Spring in early!!

This is not my first marbleizing with nail polish project, I got hooked on the technique back in August when I first marbled makeup brushes.  Then I marbled pumpkins. Then I marbled feathers.  And, now for Spring we have air plant pots!

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Bell Cups
Air Plants
Nail polish
Bowl (I now have one reserved for marbling-  you can see all the crazy colors in it!)
Warm Water

* Bell cups are thin and fragile.  They will break if they get too wet.  The quick submerge for the nail polish is totally fine BUT not a plant that requires soil and water.  I learned the hard way and now have a ton of succulents that need a new home! Be on the lookout for some kind of other planter DIY due to my crafty fail!  😉  

Add nail polish to water and stir with skewer.

Place bell cup in water and turn to get nail polish all over cup.  This is done in seconds, the nail polish adheres immediately.  Let dry.

Stick your air plants in and enjoy!

A Pantone color of the year vibe-

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