Thanksgiving Hack! How to Turn a Gravy Boat into a Succulent Planter
Come Thanksgiving (or Friendsgiving), we start pulling out all the weird kitchen accessories. From potato mashers to turkey basters, the culinary tools that normally never see the light of day finally have their shining moments. One other Thanksgiving dinner table staple is the gravy boat.
- gravy boat
- floral tubes
- cactus soil
1. Spray gravy boat and let dry. Add paint strokes and let dry.
2. Fill boat with soil and add succulents.
3. Add flowers in floral tubes and add to planter. Add moss.
4. Add rocks. Pro tip: Rocks keep the plants from rotting.
Spray gravy boat and let dry. Add paint strokes and let dry. At this point in the game, your gravy boat is no longer food-safe, but is on its way to an exciting transformation.
Fill boat with soil and add succulents.
Add flowers in floral tubes and add to planter.
Add rocks. Pro tip: Rocks keep the plants from rotting.
All done! May your gravy boat runneth over.
Let that gravy boat shine!
Ready for the feast!
Don’t forget to sign the card ;)
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Author: Irene Lee
DIY Production and Styling: Alonna Morrison
Photography: Brittany Griffin