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Cute Plant Hanger DIY

Have you ever wanted to hang a plant but the plant hanger was too short? I know there are a variety of ways to extend the length by adding a chain or rope but I wanted something different.

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A few year back, I ordered two really cute plant hangers. I used them for a little while on a blanket ladder but then I ended up putting them away because they were far too short to hang from my ceiling.

After painting my black wall, (check it out in my last blog post) I knew I wanted more greenery in the space and I was determined to come up with a cute way to add some length to my stored away plant hangers.

I am always looking to use what I have around the house but what I used isn’t expensive to buy and it’s super easy to make!

What you’ll need

  • Thin wire I used some green floral wire I had laying around.

  • Wooden beads I bought mine from Micheals and used the coupon on their app to get an extra percent off. They also give a military discount!

  • Ceiling Mounting Hook You can find these at Home Depo, Lowe’s or pretty much any store that sells nails.

Watch this short video to see the step by step process.

That’s it! Such a simple but cute way to extend the length of any plant hanger and its easy to customize too! You an stain the wooden beads or paint them to match any color scheme in your home.

I hope you enjoyed this little diy and video. If you did, please be sure to click like, comment and share using the buttons below.

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  1. Karen F says:

    Thank you for a great idea. I purchased a beautiful hanging planter that has beads on the hanger, but it was way too short to hang from my hook! So this will be a perfect solution.

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