I was cruising Hob Lob as usual, and these wooden bead hoops jumped out at me! They’re meant to be blank wreath forms to be embellished and hung on the front door, but my mind always goes to: HOW CAN I USE THIS FOR MY PLANTS? And right next to it was this metal circle… and the light bulbs in my head were in full strobe light fashion.
Here are my supplies:
Supplies for Wooden Bead Hoop Hanging Planter
- Wooden Bead Hoop (12″)
- 6″ Metal Ring
- Clear Zip Ties (2)
- 4mm Craft Cord
- 6″ Terra Cotta Pot
- Plant of your choice! My favorite trailing plants are Pothos, Hoya, Swedish Ivy, Tradescantia, etc!
Start out by laying out your hoops with the metal ring between them, like so:
Use your two zip ties to connect the wire circle to the wooden bead hoops. Try to get it as tight as you can. Then clip off the excess zip tie.
Pick up the outer edges of the wooden bead hoop, and bring them together.
Instead of using a zip tie to attach the wooden bead hoops at the top, we’re just going to use our craft cord for hanging. Once you’ve looped it through and have cut your craft cord to the desired length for hanging, you can string some wooden beads on (optional) to help hold it in place and look cohesive with the wooden beads of the hoops.
I simply tied a knot on the other end of the craft cord, and hung it on a plant hook in my sunroom! Time to shop my house for the perfect plant. It needs to be in a 6″ terra cotta pot so that lip will perfectly sit on the 6″ metal ring.
Look how prettyyyyy! Can you believe how easy this DIY is? Anybody can make this hanging planter with zero skills or power tools!
I hope you’ll give this one a try FOR SURE. And as always, please tag me in your projects on our Instagram! We’re @RealityDaydream.
PSSST! Be sure to check out our other plant-related DIYs! Houseplants are my fave!
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