Hanging Planters

 

These simple DIY Hanging Planters can make a great addition to your house décor. You can customize them how you like, so you can change the size, color or even style to fit your home.

Directions

  1. Measure and cut your wood After deciding on the size, cut each hanging planter into three equal pieces. We did one around 5 inches and slightly larger for the other one. Play around with the mitered edges until you are satisfied with the angle. Then use a miter saw to create the angle cuts where the corners met as well as the ends.
    Miter saw
  2. Sand and attach pieces together with screws.
    Attaching boards together
    Don't forget to sand down the wood pieces to smooth out any sharp edges. Make sure to clean it off with a tack cloth.
    Plant sitting on wood pieces
  3. Torch the wood with TS3500. We gave the planter a nice, beautiful finish using the Bernzomatic TS3500.
    Torched wood
    Torched wood
  4. Paint the edges for contrast.
    Edges painted
  5. Add screw eye-hooks and tie a cord.
    Completed plant holders
  6. Hang and style!
    Eye hooks

What You'll Need


TS3500T

Basic Torch

TS3500T
Product Info

TX9

14.1 oz. Propane Hand Torch Cylinder

TX9
Product Info

Materials

  • 1x4 Pinewood
  • Sandpaper
  • Tack Cloth
  • 4 Flathead wood screws
  • Natural cotton cord
  • 4 Steel Screw Eye Hooks
  • Plants
  • 2 Picture hanging hooks
  • Optional: Paint

Tools

  • Miter saw
  • Drill
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