Hanging Boho Pot Hack

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While I was out shopping at my local Kmart (Australia) I spotted some cute plastic pots for just $1.

I decided to buy a couple as I was in the process of creating my own boho/ natural look decor for my home.

I decided to turn it into a Hanging Boho Pot.

To create this I used the following materials: florist wire, small wooden beads, fringe trim , natural cotton twine , drill , drill bit, hot glue gun.

Firstly I drilled holes around the outside of the pot- evenly spaced.

Then I threaded the wooden beads onto the florist wire- making six the same length.

I then draped them across and underneath the pot threading the end of the wire through the hole to the opposite side of the pot.

To secure the beads I tied knots at the end by bending and twisting the wire inside the pot.

Next I made two long handles- again using the beads and florist wire and threading them through some extra holes.

Lastly I hot glued some gorgeous Fringed Trim around the top and made a tassel using natural cotton twine.

I love the finished look and it sits in my entryway blending in with my other homemade projects.

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2 questions
  • Carmine
    on Apr 1, 2020

    is beautiful, like how much you spent in supplies you think?

  • Lourie Jonas
    Lourie Jonas
    on May 1, 2020

    Is there away to do something I can do to my kit now

    kitchen counters? They are so ugly but I can’t afford new counter top.

    • Barby
      on Apr 2, 2021

      Contact paper, I put it on my countertops and backsplash and for pennies on my he dollar I have a new kitchen. No one suspects it’s paper. Make sure to get the kind that is waterproof and no mold.

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