Easy Diy Plant Hanger

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I’ve made a number of these plant hangers, and each time I fail to document the process. As part of my New Year’s resolutions, I’ve finally managed to document the how-to. You can make this plant hanger with any type of beads you’d like – in this case, I’ve opted for copper tubing. The advantage of using “beads” instead of knots, is that the plant hanger becomes 100% adjustable to fit any size pot. Here’s how I did it.

What you need: rope, metal ring, scissors, 8 copper tubing pieces (mine is 1/2″ diameter).

Step 1: Cut four pieces of rope. Each piece should be twice as long as you want your plant hanger to hang (I did about 2 1/2 arm lengths). Pull rope midway through metal ring.

Step 2: Pull your rope tight and make 4-5 square knots. Tighten knots and separate into pairs.

Step 3: Place one copper tube on each pair of rope. Separate pairs and cross over each other. Place another copper tube on these new pairs.

Step 4: You should now have 8 copper tubes on your plant hanger. Move these upwards towards the ring. At the ends of your rope, tie into a knot. Be sure to tighten and trim excess rope.

Step 5: Place pot inside plant hanger (centered on knot), pull tight and adjust copper tubing. Enjoy!

*Note: This plant hanger is 100% adjustable to fit any size pot.

Posted by Sarah
July 3, 2019

Sarah is a twenty-something living in the suburbs of Atlanta with her husband Jon and their new puppy, Rye. She works in marketing for a software company by day, and a blogger my night. In July of 2011, Sarah created Blooms and Bows, which has now evolved into Everyday with Sarah, as a way to document and share the things she loves. Everyday with Sarah is her outlet to share inspiration in interior design, fashion, DIY, and lifestyle. Please follow along and stay inspired!

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