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vintage camera planter

A great way to upcycle old non working camera gear. By just removing the viewfinder, adding some pebbles, charcoal and a touch of soil, a succulent will thrive in this cute little vessel. Pair it with an old photographic slide tray, and you have the perfect indoor garden.


  • Vintage camera (non working
  • Pebbles
  • Planting charcoal
  • Potting soil
  • Succulent
  • Moss

How to make it

Step 1: Remove the viewfinder and other small parts from the top of your camera.

Step 2: Fill the empty space with a few pebbles, and a thin layer of charcoal. Layer in soil and your succulent of choice. Finish with a touch of moss and a pebble to conceal the soil.


Kara Schuster

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