DIY Macrame Plant Hanger

4 Materials
$10
45 Minutes
Easy
This is a plant hanger for beginners like myself - I wanted to share a simple DIY plant hanger with a Fall twist. You don't need to know how to do any crazy knots but if you know more than me (and I know nothing about macrame) feel free to add away!

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For an in-depth tutorial, feel free to watch my YouTube tutorial. There is also a second macrame plant hanger option! Like I always say - sharing is caring so let everyone what you'd add or do differently. Let's get started!
Cut two long pieces of macrame rope (Amazon), fold them in half at the middle and put it through the loop.
Now you can order jumbo beads (Amazon)or you can drill a whole through the doll heads at Michael's like me since I was impatient.
I sanded them down after I did so!
Separate the ropes into groups of two. Slide a couple beads up and stagger them towards to the top and make a knot at the bottom.
I strung up two beads onto each group and knot them all at the bottom evenly.
Knot the two pieces of ropes that are laying next to one another (again all at the same level).
I slid a pumpkin (Amazon)into it the bottom and made a simple knot.
I took my wireless drill and went crazy on a faux pumpkin, slid an electric candle into it and hung it up in my office. The possibilities are endless!
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  • Lindi Lindi on Jul 15, 2019

    This is brilliant and something I will definitely have a go at when I move into my new house. Question.......is that a painting of Sylvester Stallone as Rocky ?


  • Mar48911669 Mar48911669 on Apr 20, 2020

    What size of rope are you using?

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