DIY Grid Air Plant Wall Hanging
Hello and welcome to the Drawn to DIY Launch Week!
I'm so thankful you're here because I have EIGHT posts to kick start this new blog. You're currently reading post #08 (hooray!) so feel free to like, comment, and share.
Yesterday, I shared a free printable to help cope with Mondays.
Today, it's all about repurposing things.
If you've been following this blog's launch week (thank you!), you'll know that I shared a DIY grid container in my second post. And since the grid pattern is so trendy right now, I decided to repurpose these into something else you can use around the home. Along with the air plants from my fourth post, I thought to make a simple wall decor that is both striking and renter-friendly.
You'll need a painted dollar store suet feeder in matte black (see post #2 for instructions), any black-colored string, and some air plants.
Simply tie the air plants carefully using the string and wrap around the front of the grid containers. If you do not want to tie the air plants, you can also opt to just place the air plants inside. Since the grid containers already have two holes for screws, all you have to do is hang those things up on the wall!
You can hang them up straight and leveled or tilted to make a diamond shape like I did. Either way, the geometric pattern of the containers add some depth and interest to an otherwise blank wall.
Among this blog's eight launch week posts, which is your favorite? Would you like more DIYs and free printables?
Thank you for dropping by the blog launch week of Drawn to DIY!
Stay tuned for next week—I'll share my first week of visitor statistics (for future comparisons) and a giveaway announcement! Oh, and of course another free printable and DIY tutorial. ;)