DIY Macrame Plant Hangers

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The macrame method is very popular in making beautiful house decorations and is the best option for handmade plant hangers for your home. When you don’t have enough space for a garden outside, why not hang one in your very own beautiful house. These are pretty easy to make and pretty lovely to look at in the living room, bedroom, kitchen, and even the bathroom. Imagine growing your favorite orchids and flowers and hanging them beautifully right inside your home!

A step-by-step, simple DIY for Macrame Plant Hangers (


1. Depending on your desired length, cut your cord into six pieces, line up your pieces, and tie an additional piece of cord around to secure them and make a tight knot.

2. Separate your pieces into pairs, and tie a knot at the same height on each pair.

3. If your bead holes are too small to fit onto the cord, drill larger holes in each bead. Then thread the cord into three beads, dividing each pair so that the two pieces on the ends are now beaded together.

4. Place your plant into the cradle of the hanging, and if all is well, line up your pieces over your key ring. Use an additional piece of cord to tie it in place, snip off the ends. And you’re done!


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