I'm not gonna lie, I debated this idea for a minute because I surely would never encourage my kid to say suck.. but it's a good play on words and I imagine most teachers won't take it that way and will rather appreciate the nice play on words... Hopefully!! hahah
If your local Costco doesn't have them, I've seen something similar at Target! Or your local greenhouse should have succulents, they just may not be potted. I haven't checked myself yet, but I saw someone mention Trader Joes also had succulents.
There are 4 different designs so you can choose the one you like the best! I then just printed them off at home on card stock paper.
I prefer to cut them a little outside the line so that you can still see the black outline on the design. But you can cut them directly on the black line if you prefer!
Then use a hole punch and a little bit of twine (hobby lobby or your other local craft store should have a variety of colors. Check the paper crafts section or the ribbon section.) to tie the card to the pot!
A perfect little gift for the teacher in your life! They'll love this sitting on their desk or in their home!
Succulents are easy to care for. They prefer dry conditions, and therefore only require minimal water (only water them when they feel super dry, every 15-20 days) and bright indirect sunlight. You can leave them outside when the temps get warmer, but just somewhere that isn't directly in the sun.
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