I can’t remember off the top of my head where I first saw these pots but I thought there were so cute! I know it was on instagram, but who’s? I have no idea. Anyways, none of the nursery’s that I went to around my area had it, so I looked all over the internet and I found them on Afloral! Afloral had all 3 colors in different sizes. I ended up buying the largest size, which was 6.75″ tall and 5.25″ wide. They weer $15.80/each.
It took about a week for them to ship to me, which I didn’t mind because once I received them I was in love! They are super cute! One downside was they did not come with a drainage hole. But fear not my friends! I purchased diamond drill bits for my Black & Decker drill off Amazon and I’ve been using it to make holes in all my planters or mugs or whatever container I can find that I want to put succulents in!
What I did was place my planter upside down on my surface (yes, I covered my work table with a puppy pee-pad). I added a tad of water on the surface. Honestly, I have no idea why you add water. I’ve seen a couple of videos where they added the water. Some did not. I just added it. Anyways, one hand held the pot securely and the other had the drill. I started at an angle and once the initial “incision” has been made, I slowly moved the drill up so it would be perpendicular to the pot. I know, I know, this would be so much easier if I recorded it, but that meant having to get the tripod out and yada yada yada. I’m lazy, OK !? Well anyways, now my pretty celfie pots have drainage holes and I filled them up with some pretty succys!