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After you've enjoyed the wine, try this easy DIY to repurpose those beautiful wooden engraved wine boxes!
Wooden wine box
Plastic liner or trash bag
Coco liner (optional)
Cactus or succulent soil
Variety of succulents
Decorative rocks or pebbles
1. Line box with plastic to protect it from moisture damage.
2. Add coco liner to prevent water from pooling at the bottom of the box.
3. Add a layer of activated charcoal for drainage and filtration.
4. Fill with soil. Cactus or succulent soil is best but any soil will do!
5. Trim excess plastic and add a variety of different succulents.
6. Add layer of decorative rocks or pebbles and admire your work!
1 gallon distilled water
Silicone ice trays and/or spherical ice molds
Assemble the flowers you would like to use and trim off the stem just below the blossoms. For ice that is clear instead of cloudy, use distilled water. Make sure the blossoms will fit inside your ice cube molds. Pour a little distilled water into each mold, then add a blossom. Fill the molds with additional distilled water until the flowers are covered. Freeze the cubes overnight. In the morning, carefully remove the ice cubes from their molds. If using a spherical ice mold, run the mold under hot water for three seconds before attempting to open. Add as an elegant accent to your wine chiller for weddings, bridal showers, and garden parties!