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Make a Hanging Hoop Planter

24 June 2013 4,845 views 3 Comments

by rhonda

Make a Hanging Hoop Planter

I have a bad crafting habit of using the inside part of embroidery hoops for projects (like this chandelier and these wind chimes), but not the outside part of the hoop.  But I always hang onto that outside part, just in case a project comes along that call for one.  And here is that project!  Alex from Northstory came up with this great hanging planter idea that uses an embroidery hoop to mount a bowl and create a planter that is as inexpensive as it is beautiful.  Imagine your porch lined with these, and your plants spinning in the summer breeze.  Now I am glad that I saved those extra bits leftover from previous projects!  [how to make a hanging hoop planter]

Project estimate:

  • Embroidery hoop, $1 and up
  • Bowl, on hand or $1
  • E6000 glue, on hand or about $3 and up
  • Twine or cord for hanging, on hand or $1 and up

Total:  $1 and up

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3 Comments »

  • Alex @ northstory said:

    Thanks for sharing my hanging planter! Again, much appreciated! :)

  • Katie said:

    I love this idea! so cute!

  • Serena said:

    I do not have a green thumb at all, but these look so high end!

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