How to make an air plant pot - 6th issue of C2 magazine

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Hello darlings!

How’s fall treating you? It’s been unreasonable hot this September here. The weather has started to resemble fall these last couple of days just as I was starting to get pissed off with all this heat. Let’s hope it stays that way!




In other news, our fall season issue of C2 magazine is out! And it is filled with awesomeness once more!

Are you looking for delicious recipes for you and your family?

How about some fulfilling crafts for your fall home decor?

Or maybe a fun way to keep your kids occupied for hours?

Or even a nice indulgent beauty recipe?

We’ve got you covered! Take your coffee or tea and get ready to spend a few relaxing and fun hours with us.

As for me, since fall is my favorite season as you well know by now, and I find gardening to be the second most relaxing hobby after crochet, I am playing with plants in this issue.






Those of you who follow my blog know all about my love for air plants. It’s no secret that I think they are amazing and so beautiful. Having them in my house always puts a smile on my face. Don’t get me wrong, I love all our plants. I just happen to like these guys a bit more. I am not sure if it’s they appearance or the fact that they seem totally independent to me which I utterly admire.

So, I decided to make another home for my beloved Tillandsia Argentea. Of course I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t do a little upcycling too would I?

Read more on how to make your own air plant pot here and have fun!

Stick with us! We hope you’ll enjoy our magazine!


Lots of love


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32 comments

  1. we have the same passion...the airplants I mean! I really enjoyed your craft and it is pure a recycling one! Perfect for my home decor!

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  2. Θέλω πολύ να τα δοκιμάσω αυτά τα αερόφυτα λέμε!! Και πόσο όμορφη η ιδέα σου!! Πολλά φιλιά Μάρω μου και καλό φθινόπωρο!!

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    1. Επίσης Αθηνά! Καλό και γλυκό φθινόπωρο να έχουμε!

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  3. It has been forever since I had an airplant, I have to admit they are so different looking and I would love to have another one day.

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    1. They are very handsome and good sports too ;)

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  4. I have never had an Air Plant before but what a cool concept, I think this is one that I wouldnt be able to kill lol

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    1. Exactly! They are easy to care for and very beautiful!

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  5. I've seen air plants but haven't had one myself. They always look so cool though so I really should set one up! Also, It's in the 90s around me so I NEED fall weather ASAP!

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  6. This little plant pot is so cute. I love plants! I don't have any in my flat at the moment but I used to have a lot around! they are just so pretty and makes the house looks so cosy!

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  7. i love having plants in my home, and this would be perfect for tight spaces like my desk or on top of my dresser :) thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. some people love air plants, i love succulents and cacti! like how we say in thailand, same same but different!

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  9. I have a few air plants and I love them. They are so easy to take care of. I will have to make them a new pot this weekend.

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  10. This is such a pretty plant. I admit, I have never heard of an air plant before this post!

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  11. I just discovered air plants this summer, and I love them! We used them at girls camp for my church, and the pots turned out so cute! I love yours, too. (I killed mine when I moved homes. I'll have to start over!)

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  12. I have to make this. It looks so amazing. I wander of my cat will feel the need to make the plant meet the floor this way. By the way, your images are amazing.

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  13. I have never had an air plant pot. It looks amazing. I wanted to try this.

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  14. I didnt know what air plants were so I had to google it. They are so cute! I have seen them quite a lot in Asia and they look kind of exotic. Perhaps this is my kind of plants to have at home because all my plantsnormally die after a week or so because I either water them to much or to little.

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  15. This is so cute! I haven't heard of air plants so thanks for sharing.

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  16. Tgis is great i never knew or thought of air plant and how to grow it

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  17. Αγαπώ τα αερόφυτα! Νομίζω ότι ήρθε πλέον η ώρα να αποκτήσω! Φιλάκια!

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  18. Something about that plant looks so calming and almost spa-like. I love plants that are adults to take care of like succulents and ones like this as I do not have a green thumb at all.

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  19. I love the look of air plants, I really need to get some for my home. I tend to kill plants a lot but I've heard that these are easier to take care of so they're probably a good fit for me.

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  20. That's so cool that you have an online magazine! It looks absolutely beautiful, well done :)

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  21. I haven't seen an air plant before. But I do look like the look of them. I can see how they would look nice almost anywhere in the house.

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  22. Τα λάτρεψα και εγώ τα αερόφυτα από τα post σας και κάποιο γλυκό κορίτσι φρόντισε να μου κάνει δωράκι ένα!!! Καιρός να του φτιάξω γλαστράκι νομίζω! Υπέροχο, απλό, σε αγαπημένες φυσικές αποχρώσεις.

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  23. I like air plants a lot but I cannot tell you how many of them I have killed. I was told that they were supposedly easy to care for.

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  24. Beautiful! I only have succulents here because they are pretty. I think I also need air plants!

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  25. That is pretty cool! It seems like a really easy decoration to add to the home that is also functional! I've never had an air plant so this looks like a fun project for me and my son to do! Thank you.

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  26. Never heard of airplants before. Thanks for teaching me something new ! Yours is beautiful btw !

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  27. You are so creative and resourceful too. This craft will make a place more cozy and homey :)

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  28. Airplants are not really popular in the Philippines. I'll tell my mom about it as she loves gardening. Thanks for the post.

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