Indoor plants are all the rage in décor lately and for good reasons – They help clean the air, provide a fresh feel to a room and make a statement with their architectural leaves and branches.
Macrame hanging planters are back in fashion and their versatility for indoors and outdoors makes them a great DIY project. Together with the rise of indoor plants, a hanging planter is a stylish decor item! But fear not if your macrame skills are not up to scratch, this simple and effective rope hanging planter requires little-to-none macrame skills – All you need to be able to do is tie a couple of knots.
Does anyone else have a collection of prints and art that never made it to the walls? It seems we often get given bits and pieces (unframed) and then never get around to 1. Finding a frame that fits, and 2. Hanging them up! With this super easy DIY you can hang your prints in minutes without the price-tag or struggle of finding the right frame.
I love finding new materials to work with! Lately it has been balsa wood – easy to use and with an effective result.
This is an easy DIY you can complete within an hour if you’re using the template below. The downloadable template is for the mini instax film size, which is 86mm x 54mm.
You will need:
Thin balsa wood sheet (mine was 1.
I know what you’re thinking – can a wood DIY project really be easy?! I promise this DIY doesn’t require any power-tools or really any tools at all – a few stationery items is all you need! Balsa wood is a soft and lightweight wood often used for craft and model projects, which makes it super easy to work with and use.
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