DIY Hanging Succulent
Ever feel like your space is in need of an instant upgrade? Enter this easy DIY. Not only is this hanging succulent DIY tutorial budget-friendly, it's also amateur approved. Follow these simple steps, and you'll create your own hanging succulent garden to spruce up your space in no time.
Step 1: The Supplies
You'll need a roll of thick twine, string or rope, scissors, and of course, a potted plant.
Cut eight pieces of the twine into five-foot-long sections, depending on the length you wish your plant to hang. If in doubt, cut the pieces longer than you may need - it's better to have extra than not enough. Gather all eight pieces of twine and join them in a knot, leaving a few inches of room at the top (for decor).
Separate the pieces of twine into four distinct sections. Each section should have two pieces of twine.
Beginning with one given section, tie a knot between the two pieces, leaving 1-2 inches between the new knot and the main knot at the top. This should form a small loop.
Continue knotting the other three sections until all four sections are complete. It kind of looks like a voodoo doll.
Once you have all four sections of the rope knotted, we are going to repeat the process all the way around again. Separate the sections to clearly identify each string. Focus on two adjacent sections, matching left string of one section with the right string of the adjacent section to its left. Tie a knot between the two pieces of twine, leaving about 1-2 inches between the new knot and the section knots above it.
Continue knotting the remaining sections together. Once all of the knots are complete, it should create a web-like square.
Repeating Step 6, match the left string of one section with the right string of the adjacent section to its left. Tie a knot between the two pieces of twine, leaving about 1-2 inches between the new knot and the previous knot above it. Continue with the remaining sections.
Place your potted plant in the middle of the webbing that you've just created with knots. Separate the four section strings around the outside of the pot, and join together at the top.
Tie a knot at the top, and you're ready to hang! We told you - it's way easier than it looks. Amateur tested and CULT approved!