How gorgeous is this？ Featured on Daily Candy， ReadyMade， CNBC，The Knot magazine， and at the Unique LA showcheap throw pillow covers，SucculentLOVE designs are all the rage. As beautiful as flowers but they live forever， and even better， they come packaged as a cute kit -including the gorgeous planter- for you and your little one to assemble together. A little dose of modern lovely for your home!
For the Prudent Baby Craft Bazaar and Holiday Giveaway Bonanza we are giving away one Round.About SucculentLOVE kit， including the gorgeous cement planter， the plants， the soil， and everything you need to care for your creation. It even comes with a photo and step by step instructions on how to assemble. And because it’；s designed by Kelly， you know it is stunning. It will arrive after the holidays， a little new year’；s treat!personalized baby gifts
You don’；t need to have a green thumb to give this luscious SucculentLOVE kit a home， but you do need to live in the US.
Just leave a comment telling us your funniest black-thumb moment. For example， once I grew a tomato. A single tomato. It was supposed to be cherry tomatoes on a vine. I cared for it all season. It grew one tiny cherry tomato and I made my husband cut it in half and eat it with me on a bed of greens. I called it a salad.
Spread the word on Facebook， Twitter or your blog and if you do， leave another comment here letting us know for an extra chance to win!
On Tuesday， December 22nd at midnight CT we will close the entries and select a winner using Random.org.
And don’；t forget to enter all the current giveaways listed up there in the right corner， including theM Sartin neck cuffwhich ends at midnight tonight!
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