Home & Garden Home How to Make Tiny Succulent Planter Magnets By Kelly Ladd Kelly Ladd Writer University of Central Florida Before Ladd became a full-time artist, she was a parade performer at Disney World and an editor and prop stylist for Parenting magazine. Learn about our editorial process Updated May 31, 2017 Keep your to-do list looking fresh with these cute plant magnets. Kelly Ladd Share Twitter Pinterest Email Home DIY Pest Control Natural Cleaning Family Green Living Thrift & Minimalism Sustainable Eating Here's a clever way to add a touch of nature to your kitchen space: Recycle your wine corks by transforming them into mini planter magnets. This simple project will take only a few minutes, and the best part is that you probably already have everything you need on hand. Also, this DIY project is a fun way to propagate succulent cuttings. Just make sure you spritz your succulents every few days to make sure they are happy and healthy. You probably already have many of these materials on hand. Kelly Ladd Materials needed Succulent cuttingsSoilWine corksCraft knifeMagnetsHot glue gun Instructions 1. Use your craft knife to cut a hole into your wine cork. You'll want the hole to be about 1/3-1/2 way into the cork. Have a steady hand while cutting the hole in the cork. Kelly Ladd 2. Hot glue the magnets onto the wine corks. Small magnets will work best for this project. Kelly Ladd 3. Stuff soil into the cork. Don't overfill the corks. You want just enough soil to reach the top of the hole. Kelly Ladd 4. Stick the succulent stem into the soil. Now you have cute succulents in cute magnets. Kelly Ladd Stick onto your fridge and enjoy!