Etsy finds: Boy-Girl Tees

Have I made it clear enough that I’m done with winter?

Because I’ve had enough!

My hands are cracked and bleeding. My legs are looking mighty reptilian and I can faintly hear my flats crying from the back of my closet. Not cool, Mother Nature. Not cool.

I’ve been trying to force spring to hurry its lazy bones up by wearing bright springy colors whenever I remember. But that doesn’t seem to be enough. I think we’re going to have to move to phase two here, people.

A couple of my favorite bloggers have done posts recently that featured some pretty fabulous greenery (Hey Gloria! Hollerrrr Amanda!)–or at least some super cool containers for it. It totally got me thinking about forcing spring into my house with plants.

My problem? I have pretty much the blackest thumb ever. If it can’t be killed, I will kill it. Luckily for me, hearty succulents are all the rage right now and Etsy is absolutely bursting with adorably quirky little vessels to hold them in.

Etsy finds: Boy-Girl TeesBoy-Girl Tees elephant planter, $21

Etsy finds: Nam Nam CeramicsNam Nam Ceramics hairy babes pot, $54.47

Etsy finds: Wind & Willow HomeWind & Willow Home set of 4 mini planters, $29

Etsy finds: Reshape studioReshape Studio Ziggy Stardust baby planter, $65

Etsy finds: MudpuppyMudpuppy hanging AirPlant Pod, $32

Etsy finds: Twisted MetalsTwisted Metals upcycled living wall succulent planters, $129.95

Etsy finds: Robin CharlotteRobin Charlotte sea urhcin terrarium, $14

Etsy finds: ABJ GlassworksABJ Glassworks pyramid air terrarium kit, $55

Etsy finds: Glass EtcGlass Etc. neon lil pot air plant holder, $14.99

Etsy finds: Revisions Design Studio

Revisions Design Studio porcelain egg planters wheat grass kit, $17

I don’t know about you, but I’m in love. I kind of want all of them.

Are you any good with plants?

Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.