Lisa Medina is an army wife, with four children, 19 years of marriage and 10 military moves. She has lots of experiences with taking a space, whether it's on post or off post, or whatever the case may be in creating a cozy home that she can enjoy and love and feel like it truly is her own no matter where the military sends them. She recognizes that joy can be found in the small things, and uses her DIY skills to make her home a welcoming place for both her family and all who walk through the door. Fueled by Jesus and coffee, Lisa loves to share her creative ideas and passion for life on her blog, Wildfire Breaking Free, and on Instagram.
This DIY is literally so simple that anybody can make it probably less than five minutes, maybe even two minutes. It's one of those practical DIY's that I think that anyone can use, especially if you love plants! It's also one of those things that no matter where you go, if your ceilings are higher or lower you can extend or shorten this and it's going to keep going with you move after move. If you have macrame plant hangers that are too short for your space and you want to make them longer to better fit your space then this DIY is for you!
Here’s what you’ll need:
Depending on your current decor or style you can paint or stain the wooden beads in a color that matches your style. You can do whatever you’d like to add the flair that you want to fit your space. You can also use different colors of wire as well depending on your space and style.
Remember to find a stud in the ceiling if you are hanging a larger heavier plant from the ceiling hook.
Here's how to make the beaded plant hangers:
And just like that it’s all done! Wasn’t that super easy?
Think of all the possibilities you have with painting and staining the beads and using different colored wire as well. You can make these longer or shorter depending on the space that you are hanging your plants in.
If you would like to watch a step by step video on how to make your own plant hanger you can see the video over on Lisa's blog and on Moving With The Military's Facebook page.
Lisa has linked all the items that you will need in her blog so it's one stop shop to get started on your very own DIY plant hanger!
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