Wondering what to make of that oversize vintage signage you scored at the flea market? Well this is the project for you! Turn one large letter into a handsome letter-shape planter in just a few easy steps.
A few tips before you get started. Check the back of your sign letter for sharp edges that might scratch or damage your walls. If you find any, sand them down, snip them off with tin scissors, or apply a coat of rubber paint—you can find it at the hardware store. Also, the bigger your letter, the more plant materials you will need and the heavier your finished planter will be. Make sure you're using strong hanging hardware that can support the finished weight of your succulent planter.
Once you've finished your project, you'll want to allow your succulents to take root into the moss by laying the planter flat for six to 10 weeks before hanging up your marquee letter. Kept indoors, the succulents in your monogram planter will require water once per week. We recommend taking down the planter to water to avoid damaging walls. If outdoors, water your succulents every couple of days. If you're going to hang it on your front door, it might require more water depending on how much sun your front porch gets.