Some lovely ideas here:
For selling, if you have enough try Target, Amazon, floral shops, your own website...
Hi Michelle, here are sellers who make and sell just that on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/market/mannequin_planter
Hi! I'm guessing you saw a post about this? If you did, I would check to see if the person who posted has a blog and/or shop. I have seen similar items on Etsy, as mentioned, too. Ask the person on the bottom of the post! Good luck!
Hi Micelle, this may not be what you're thinking of doing but I used a styrofoam wig holder. I used a sharp knife to cut a hole in the top of the head large enough to hold a small planter, but then decided rather than live plants I'd use faux succulents so just pushed there stems into the area and around the edges of the area I'd cut. I painted the head with teal craft paint, added sunglasses, and a necklace. I gave it to my daughter who has it in her bathroom and she receives many compliments on it. Sorry that I don't have a picture to include here. You may be looking for something more permanent such as ceramic.
Hi there, perhaps you're referring to this post? You can ask a question to the person who made it directly on the page. https://www.hometalk.com/28741619/tomato-cage-mannequin
To sell your plant holders you could advertise on etsy.com or even amazon.com they have a site to sell your items.
You can make them out of Styrofoam heads
Do you mean macrame plant holders?
Hi Michelle: I'm not sure about making them, but you can try selling them on Facebook Marketplace. That doesn't cost anything :) Good luck
Hello. Here's a fewlinks for you to consider
These instructions are really comprehensive
Here's a fun idea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wMP6MlKDKU
Here are some ideas to do cactus ones:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McNt2AFGxRI
Here is a tutorial for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcbIwf3S5w4
Hello. Was this question supposed to be attached to a particular post? Generally Hometalk is a DIY and help form not a place where things are sold to the public.
Hi Michelle, hope this helps you out,