For our DIY, we filled nine of the holes with liners and tea lights and left three blank for moss and succulents.
The second step of this DIY is to create the little moss and succulent bouquets in the empty holes. For this, we suggest putting a filler in the bottom of the hole so that you don’t have to use as much moss to fill it. Our filler is a paper towel.
Once you have a little filler in the hole, top it off with some dry moss. You can find bags of moss at stores like Hobby Lobby and Michael’s Crafts, or your local florist.
Next, place a succulent with bare roots on top of the moss. Something to note here is that no water or soil is used with this particular idea. If you want to use a flower or another type of plant that needs water, please place glass liners in ALL holes first.
And, voilà! You have now created one of the prettiest centerpieces around! Here are a few more pictures to give you an idea of the final product:
Here is the list of what you need:
2. Glass Liners: 50¢/ea.
3. Tea Lights
4. Dried Moss