‘Tis the season for pumpkin spice lattes, sweaters, and jumping in leaf piles. Autumn also brings a change in foliage as leaves go from green to orange, red, and eventually different shades of brown.
So as the days get shorter and colder, now is as good of a time as any to take stock of our indoor garden situation, which can serve as a refuge from the outside world.
By creating our perfect plant sanctuary of succulents, we can boost our mood and concentration, while also adding some green back into our lives.
Don’t feel like messing with the real thing? Not a problem, we’re here to show you how to upgrade your desk or windowsill by crafting some 3D printed succulents using your 3Doodler 3D pen.
Millennial Succulent Mania – What’s All the Fuss?
The term “house pet” has been used to describe tough, evergreen succulent plants. This term helps shed light on their rise in popularity as plants one must have to make your house a home.
Succulents store water in their leaves, this gives their leaves a unique shape and feeling. Their leaves tend to be thick and fleshy. Succulents are not cacti but cacti are a type of succulent. Different succulents and cacti genus provide a variety of different colors and textures for a drought-resistant landscape. They thrive in dry, arid climates where most other plants would not survive.
Succulents are a great starter plant as they don’t require that much maintenance and come in many crazy colors and textures. Another amazing quality of succulents is their ability to propagate easily.
Many of these plants can grow new plants using simply a leaf cutting from the mother plant. This is yet another reason succulents are cool, once you buy one you can grow as many as you want.
Upgrade Your Space
In this week’s tutorial, we’ll walk through how to craft your own 3D printed succulents and pot using your 3Doodler 3D pen.
This cool Doodle will exercise your creativity and fine motor skills as you craft a succulent and a vessel for it to live in. The best part of this project? You can keep adding to it over time, and you won’t have to ever worry about it dying on you.