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How to make living name tags and a gift for your guests

Great name tags that can be used as place holders for dinner parties or weddings. Can also double as a gift for your guests to remember the event.

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Purchase paint in the color of choice. If you want to write the names on the pot, use chalkboard paint.

Purchase paint in the color of choice. If you want to write the names on the pot, use chalkboard paint.

Purchase clay pots in the desired size. Pots shown are 1". Paint all the pots. Three coats provided a nice finish. Let dry.

Purchase clay pots in the desired size. Pots shown are 1". Paint all the pots. Three coats provided a nice finish. Let dry.

Purchase desired succulents. Pot with soil. Water lightly.

Purchase desired succulents. Pot with soil. Water lightly.

Add name tags with a stick. I used plastic straws I purchased online, 100 for $1. If you don't want to use a tag, write names directly on the pot with a chalk pen.

  • Chalkboard paint
  • Straws
  • Paintbrush
  • 1" clay pots
  • Potting soil
  • Succulent plants
  • Glue gun for name tags
  • Name tags
  • Chalkboard pen or chalk