DIY: How To Make A Macrame Plant Hanger

♥ Do It Yourself – easy to make DIY macrame plant hanger! ♥
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Another day, another DIY! If you follow me on Instagram @AudrieStorme, then you probably know that making my own bohemian-inspired home decor is one of my favorite things to do. Macrame planters or macrame plant hangers can be pretty pricy when bought off of Etsy or Anthropologie, so I wanted to share my own DIY macrame plant hanger tutorial similar to an Urban Outfitters blog post found here: Whether you love boho decor like I do or are in need of a spring or summer gift for a friend, these macrame plant hangers are super cute, inexpensive and pretty easy to make with a little bit of patience.

Craft Cord
2” Metal Ring

✖ Cut four identical pieces of craft cord, about 7 ft. long each.
✖ Gathering the cords, loop through the metal ring.
✖ With the metal ring in the center of the cords, make a knot just underneath the metal ring.
✖ Section off the cords by pairing them off (four pairs in total).
✖ Starting with one pair of cords, make a knot a few inches below the metal ring.
✖ Repeat with each pair, making sure that the knots line up with one another.
✖ Once again, section off the cords into pairs, this time leaving out the end pieces of cord.
✖ Again, with each pair, make a knot a few inches below that first row of knots.
✖ Once the second row of knots is finished, gather the two ends pieces and knot those together to line up with that row of knots.
✖ Repeat the same sectioning and pairing process by leaving out the two end pieces, knotting each pair to create a third row knots.
✖ Continue on for as long as you’d like your macrame planter to be.
✖ To finish the macrame plant hanger, simply knot all of the cords together.
✖ Put your potted plants into the bottom of the macrame planter and hang up in your room, backyard, or wherever you’d like!

Hope you enjoyed this bohemian-inspired DIY tutorial on how to make a macrame plant holder as much as I enjoyed making it. Until next time! xx Audrie

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17 Replies to “DIY: How To Make A Macrame Plant Hanger”

  1. So easy! I’d like to know how long of a plant holder this made using 7 foot long pieces.

  2. Can you use thinner jute rope but have more strands? Or is there some reason only the thick kind seems to be used..

  3. this was awesome!!!! I'm so proud of my little plant hanger. ahhhhhhhhh!!!!

  4. I really love your channel.You have such an artistic, unique and boho vibe.

  5. Omgggg I'm about to make so many of these now 😂😭 gonna turn my room into a jungle I can wait

  6. you are my favourite youtuber for sure!😍
    I am subscribed to you since the time you had like a thousand followers!

    Greetings from Germany❤️🇩🇪

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