Trim a cutting off the plant where it is not flowering, making sure it has at least four to five leaves on it. Remove two to three sets of leaves off the stem with sterile scissors. Allow the stem to callous over for two to three days. This period will protect the new plant from diseases and rotting. Next, take the cutting and dip it in rooting hormone. Use a succulent and cacti mix, and fill the container you're using. Poke the cuttings in the soil and water. Now, create a humidity chamber by spritzing a clear plastic bag and dropping it over the new plant and container. Place the cuttings in bright, indirect light. Keep the soil moist while the cuttings establish roots and leaf growth occurs.