Hanging planters & DIY

Hello bloggers and non bloggers :).

Today is the new release date of this month’s Urban Jungle Bloggers posts. This amazing blog made by the two talented Igor and Judith interior and lifestyle bloggers, has all kind of inspirational posts about how to bring more green into our homes. Besides that, the monthly topic posts bring a community of bloggers together,ready to share their great idea’s.

So this month’s subject was “hanging plants”. After getting some inspiration from Pinterest and looking at all kind of cute hanging plants, I started (to plant my plants first) make the DIY macrames.

As you will see in the images bellow, I have an Ikea hanging planter, and two DIY hangers.The longest macrame is inspired by Pinterest but I must say, this was my 3th attempt to make it. So I decided to find an easier manner to make the second one . I will post the tutorial of the shorter one (the easy hanger) bellow.

All you need to make them are some cord and old jam jars or planters.

Let me know what you think in the comments bellow.

Thx for visiting

Neg xx


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6 thoughts on “Hanging planters & DIY

  1. happyinteriorblog

    Such a wonderful Urban Jungle Bloggers post, Neg! Oh and that photo with our logo on the chalkboard – so so cool!! Thank you so much!

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    1. twistedvi13. Post author

      Hello, thx for visiting and you are very welcome , i was struggling with mine too, this was my 3th attempt so i got lazy and decided to figure out an easier way ๐Ÿ™‚ don t forget to show me your results !!! ๐Ÿ™‚ x

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  2. Judith

    Ohhh cool you chalkboarded the UJB logo! I always figured the macramรฉ hangers so complicated, with all the knotting techniques etc. This looks rather do-able though! Thank you for sharing the tutorial, Neg!

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    1. twistedvi13. Post author

      Yes indeed ! And the good thing about this macrame is the fact that it is adjustable! You can easily slide the protection cord (3th cord) up and down depending on you planter’s size ! Im glad you like it! X

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