How to Turn a Plastic Frame Into a Plant Holder

Have a plant that you wish to hang without having to macrame or drill wood for shelf? See how I repurpose an old plastic frame to make a plant holder that takes only a few easy steps to make one for less than $5
Make holes all across the four edges with a hot nail held with a pair of pliers
Feed rope through the holes we made previously
It currently hangs above my bed, and I certainly don't have to woory about my plant dropping on my head or waterig leaking. I am all covered
For more pics and info, check out the full project here: http://enthrallinggumption.com/diy-picture-frame-plant-holder/
Marwa Hayat
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  • DEBORAH BYRD DEBORAH BYRD on Dec 07, 2016
    Gorgeous plant...what is it?

  • Maya Renee Maya Renee on Dec 07, 2016
    How to keep water from seeping through the frame sides. Did you change the cardboard inside frame? Is the glass still in frame?

  • Deborah Blackburn Deborah Blackburn on Jan 02, 2017
    What is the type of plant you have hanging on that fabulously unique new shelf.

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  • April April on Jan 25, 2017
    I love this idea, I am going to use it in my greenhouse as the house is about 13 feet high with plenty of hanging room....thanks Amazing

  • Rosie Carl Skinner Rosie Carl Skinner on Apr 29, 2017
    BE NICE TO ADD ONE OR TWO MORE SHELVES/FRAMES BELOW LIKE TWO OR THREE TIERS ADD PLANT OR FIGURINE ON AN OTHER SHELVE I WOULD USE CACTUS COLLECTION

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