Interesting DIY Hanging Felt Planter

If you are a nature lover, you definitely love flowers. They are delicate and bring color to our homes. Even more, their perfume will charm every person that will come closer to admire them.

One way of showing your passion and love for flowers is to expose them on your terrace or balcony. In order to arrange them all you will need planters and their design will influence a lot the décor that you would like to create.Here it is a great idea for creating an interesting DIY Hanging Felt Planter that will be perfect for your balcony.

You will need some materials like: 2 yards felt, grommets, string, sewing needle, sewing machine optional.Now you have to follow the next instructions and everything will be ready.

Now flip the pieces inside out and you should have a pocket… attach the grommets at the top sides, add some dirt and plants and you are finished.

You can notice how easy can be done and what an interesting shape you get for your planter. Your originality and creativity will definitely be appreciated by your neighbors who will notice this DIY Hanging Felt Planter. You may also choose different colors and thus your balcony will look like an explosion of colors and sensitivity.{found on ecologiquedesign}



Published by in DIY Projects, on August 9th, 2011

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