Learn how to make simple macrame plant hangers for air plants using jute rope and one simple macrame knot.
These plant hangers really are the easiest to make plant hangers ever.
I used jute rope to add to the boho feel and just one simple knot to make it minimalist in design. Each one uses a different basic macrame knot.
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They’re delicate, but so are air plants…right? I made this group of three because, well…in the design world it’s all about groups of three.
You can hang them anywhere. They can even go on the same hook.
Materials needed to make macrame plant hangers for air plants:
This first one is made using only square knots. I made it the longest so it wouldn’t get lost in the set of three.
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The second one is made with a hanging loop instead of a ring, and I used a simple knot (that really isn’t a specific macrame knot at all) to create the air plant plant hanger.
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Last, but not least, the third macrame plant hanger for air plants is made using spiral knots. I really love how the arms of this plant hanger spiral down. Such a simple design to add such great detail.
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I think this one is my favorite of the three, I love how the string spirals.
Air plants are hands down the easiest plants to keep alive. No dirt, I mist them with water every couple of days, and submerge them in cool water once a month for about 30 minutes. They prefer low light, so you can put them anywhere.
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