French Vintage Friday – vintage tea cup planter

Happy Friday, friends!

Today, I’m keeping it simple and sharing a vintage tea cup planter that is happily sitting on the shelf in my kitchen.

Teacups are so cute, but what do you do with a single one? I’m using this one as a planter. So simple and easy to create!

You can either drill a small hole through the bottom of the tea cup for drainage, or add a layer of small pebbles to the bottom before adding your plant and soil.

I didn’t want to drill through the bottom of this vintage tea cup, so I opted to use small pebbles to help with drainage.

I know you all are curious as to the name of this darling succulent, it is a Hoya Kerrii Sweetheart. I scoured the internet for the best price for this cutie and found it on Etsy. You can click the picture below to check it out.

Let’s hop over and see what Tara is sharing today! Simply click on the picture below…

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope y’all have a wonderful day!


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  1. Nothing happens when I click on the picture of the heart shaped succulent. And you didn’t give the name of the Etsy store. Where can I find one?

    1. Oops, I’m so sorry! I just fixed the link.

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