Mini Air Plant Ceramic Mug Magnets
Your fridge is calling out for these sweet little magnetic planters! Each hand-painted mug is a unique piece of art and includes a living air plant. Add some color and greenery to your kitchen, office, or anywhere!
Mug magnets measure approximately 1 inch
Colors and glaze patterns vary widely. If you have a preference, please add a note to your order and we'll do our best, based on what we have in stock.
TILLANDSIA AIR PLANT CARE INSTRUCTIONS:
- Light Air plants will do best in medium-bright indirect light. As long as they aren’t getting hit by super strong direct sun light during summer (they can/will burn!) and don’t live in a dark room, they’ll be happy.
- Water There are several ways to successfully water your air plants but I’ve personally found that giving them a bath has been the best way to keep them healthy, thriving, and hydrated. First fill a large bowl, kitchen sink, or even a bath tub (depending on how many you have) with water. Then drop them in and set a timer for 15 minutes. Sometimes I’ll stir them gently to make sure they’ve all been fully submerged but other than that, that’s it! The frequency of watering is what really comes into play when having perfectly hydrated air plants. Depending on what the weather is like, where you live and what kind of light these little cuties are getting; these are all factors that will determine how often you’ll need to soak them. A rule of thumb for me is to water them weekly during warmer months where they’re getting much brighter sun for longer periods of time. During the colder winter months I’ll back off on watering and soak them once every 2-3 weeks.
- Dry Once your 15 minute timer has gone off, you’ll air dry them upside down. This ensures that water doesn’t get lodged inside the innermost part of the plant which could lead to rot and kill your little green friend. So be sure to lay down a kitchen towel and let them air dry. I’ll let them do this for hours and sometimes leave them upside down overnight just to ensure they’ve fully dried.
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The Glazing Sun was a creative hobby turned a full time biz! I am 24 and art has always been my biggest self expression. Playing around with glazes quickly became something I couldn't live without. I went from becoming a Nurse to a Small Business owner. It all happened when I did my very first art show with pieces I had painted in my spare time. It was incredibly successful, so I ran with it - 4 years later, this year, I took it completely full time. I haven't looked back, I love putting colorful, happy, art out that people can use!