Added by on 2016-05-06

Want to plant succulents into a picture frame? Bao from shows you how easy it is to make a Living Picture Frame with succulents in about 10 minutes using our awesome DIY kit. Just 4 easy steps to making a succulent picture frame. If you don’t have our DIY kit, we’ll also show you how to do it with your own materials – it just takes a little longer. MORE DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS AT WWW.JUICYKITS.COM/FRAME For a limited time, you can buy the DIY kit from, which includes plenty of succulent cuttings and everything else you need. also has lots of other beautiful DIY terrarium kits to help you make terrariums and succulent bonsai trees too. Oh and tons of helpful articles like “How to Take Care of Your Succulent Terrarium” and “How to Water a Terrarium.” Visit our terrarium store at and please subscribe to our channel! Thanks to Taylor Shechet for the background music. Hear more of his work at Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSucculents in an old picture frame.Create a Living Picture with SucculentsHow to Make a Succulent Wall Garden with a Picture FrameIndoor succulent wall planter – succulent art – succulent picture frame using popsicle lolly sticksHow to Make A Picture Frame Sedum GardenHow to make your own succulent living garden frame

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  • Imogene Mager 1 year ago

    IF you want to make it by yourself just go to woodprix page.

  • ejeffery001 1 year ago

    Awesome video! I don't see this kit on your site

  • Linsey Hornberger 1 year ago

    Nice movie. However you can make it yourself. Just google woodprix and learn how to do it easily.

  • 5GreatDays WithHim 1 year ago

    I love how you put the sticker on your pants. That was too funny!

  • nutterxue 1 year ago

    Awesome video! I have a question about the drainage. Since the box is made of wood (though the landscaping fabric is semipermeable), how does the water drain without rotting the roots? Thanks!

  • Michael Maltese 1 year ago

    how do you hang it without all the soil spilling out/the hinge opening?