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Easy Macrame Plant Hanger

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Learn how to make an easy macrame plant hanger using twine and a few knots. You can easily make this DIY easy macrame plant hanger to fit any size flower pot!

macrame plant hanger with succulent in white flower pot

This macrame plant hanger is indeed super easy to make. It uses a simple overhand knot and you can make one in less than 20 minutes. Plus, you can easily customize the macrame plant hanger to fit any size flower pot.

Easy Macrame Plant Hanger

You’ll find the full tutorial on how to make this easy macrame plant hanger over on Ideas for the Home by Kenarry. Once a month, I share a creative idea over on Ideas for the Home. This month I’m sharing this super easy DIY macrame plant hanger.

This macrame plant hanger is seriously easy. In fact, I’ve made several of them. Plus, if you make them with twine or rope, you cam make them so they’re safe to hang outside.

CLICK HERE to go straight to the easy macrame plant hanger tutorial.

Macrame Plant Hanger Video

I created a YouTube video to show you just how easy it is to make this macrame plant hanger. Also, I’d love it if you subscribe to my YouTube channel! By subscribing, you’ll be notified in your video feed when new videos are uploaded.

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While you’re visiting Ideas for the Home, be sure to check out these other gardening themed craft ideas:

More Ideas from The Birch Cottage

Although some of the links above to gardening ideas on Ideas for the Home are actually projects that I have shared, you’ll, of course, find more crafting ideas right here on The Birch Cottage blog, like:

Speaking of gardening ideas, my backyard salsa garden has turned into a backyard vegetable garden this year. Although I’m still growing tomatoes and peppers, I’ve added a few more vegetables and increased the size of our backyard garden.

I plan on sharing the on-going progress of my backyard vegetable garden as sort of my vegetable garden journal here on my blog. I hope to learn a lot and share what I learn with you. You can find my first post here.

Happy gardening!

Pam from The Birch Cottage

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