I remember macrame as being popular during the 70’s. Today, it’s enjoying a resurgence in popularity, and many crafters are making wallhangings and other crafts using this technique. I don’t dislike macrame, but it’s something that’s associated with boho design and that’s simply not my style.
In my search for an alternative wallhanging that fills the same amount of space as a large macrame piece, I was inspired to go with something nature-inspired.
Here’s What I Used:
- 5 – 6 long hanging greenery stems (Dollarama)
- small tree branch or large dowel (approx. 1/4-inches thick)
- two large removable wall hooks (Dollarama)
- wire cutters
- spray paint (optional)