DIY Hanging Planter


Heather of Restless Oasis sent over this cute little DIY Hanging Planter she made recently (isn't it cute)? Using fabric twine and a piece of wood (she stained), the project cost her roughly $12! (See more below):


Click here for her instructions (and more pics)!





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8 comments:

Heather Belle said...

Oh wow! I'd probably go with a more exciting plant, but I really adore this idea!
xo Heather
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Anonymous said...

And where does the water drain?

heather caroline said...

I actually chose a succulent because it requires minimal water ( it's in the cactus family). I simply water it once a week and let the water drain for a couple hours:).
~Heather @ RestlessOasis.blogspot.com

elisa said...

So cool.
Smart move on the succulent. I hadn't even thought of that part.
It would look really cool with one of those long vine plants but I can understand that wouldn't be too practical.

Sheila @sZinteriors said...

Oh wow, is this ever a cool idea! It has such great lines, and is a fun addition to the space :-)

One bolt short of a toolbox said...

This is a fantastic idea.

hardydanielle said...

That looks great- what a good idea! Plants are just beautiful in rooms, brightens any space up!

bittersweetproject said...

I love this idea. I'm going to make one for my studio. I just acquired several new plants and haven't decided where to put them yet.

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