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An asymmetrical concrete planter with blue triangle patterns and a small succulent.
Make a concrete succulent planter
Make a concrete succulent planter
Make a concrete succulent planter

Make a concrete succulent planter

Hester van Overbeek
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Through step-by-step instructions and photography, you’ll learn how to make a simple concrete succulent planter.

This is a great beginner project to get you started in working with concrete using household items for moulds.

Hester says, “I love succulents, mainly as they seem to be the only plants I am able to keep alive! My whole house is filled with these little fat specimens - I have most of them grouped together in big containers, but some are so pretty it’s nice to single them out into a small planter.” 

Making Concrete Pots, Bowls and Platters by Hester van Overbeek, published by CICO Books (£12.99)

Photography by James Gardiner © CICO Books. 


Portrait of crafter Hester van Overbeek.

Hester van Overbeek

Hester van Overbeek is a passionate crafter, whose website features craft tutorial videos and interior tips, and her work is often found in magazines such as Ideal Home and Mollie Makes. Hester is also the author of Made with Salvaged Wood, Making Concrete Pots, Bowls, and Platters, and Crafting with Mason Jars and other Glass Containers, all published by CICO Books.