Do you have pets? Maybe even small children? Do you find that it’s kind of difficult keeping your plants alive in your home? Trust me, I feel your pain! I have a wide assortment of plant life in my home, and it doesn’t exactly help that my green thumb is lacking in a tremendous way. I bet you’re wondering. Well, what’s your solution? That, my friends, would be a DIY hanging planter.
More specifically, a hanging planter designed for the plant life that hangs and trails all over the place. Those types of plants seem to be my all-time favorites since they tend to survive even the worse droughts that are caused by… well, me!
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One of the easiest ways to put together your very own DIY hanging planter is to simply take a wood slice, drill a few holes into it (six to be exact), pull through some twine, and knot it at the top.
Just make sure that when you attach it to the ceiling that you are using drywall anchors and (even better) get it into a stud as well.
It’ll definitely be smooth sailing from there, and no worries about it falling down in the future with that last step!
At the moment I only have one up, but you can sure bet that I’ll have about a dozen more in the next few months!
They are just too easy, and look classic and clean against my newly upgraded walls. Most definitely a great way to add a little bit of texture as well as that gorgeous rustic-y goodness that you know that I just love.
Now all I need to do is round up a few more plants that are “human-friendly”, and that will last around me and the family! Easier said than done, right?!
Easy DIY Hanging Planter Using a Wood Slice and Rope
So, just to reiterate. These super easy DIY hanging planters are perfect for not only hanging up your beautiful plants, but also for getting them off the ground and lower tables that your children and pets could have access to. Such an interesting and functional piece that I just know you’re going to love!
I hope you are off to a most wonderful week, and I will see you very, very shortly :)