Sprucing up for Spring: DIY Plant Hanger

It’s finally Spring time, and if you are like me, you are SICK and TIRED of Winter this year. Let’s hope that this year never repeats itself in history and just let it go. If it makes you feel better, you can sing the song from Frozen at the top of your lungs {don’t knock it ‘til you try it}.

With Springtime, comes sprucing up your home and you can’t forget Spring cleaning {dun, dun, dun}.

It helps when you have a cleaning solution that smells good. It smells like lemons, but not just the yucky cleaner smell of lemons; it smells good!

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My ten year old daughter helped me clean the molding and walls this year, and believe me, that does not happen often enough around here. My baseboards especially get forgotten.

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Plus, who can resist a little Febreze while you are trying to freshen up the space.

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After the Spring Cleaning is complete, I always spruce up the place too. For some reason, Spring inspires me out of my Winter funk each year. It helps when my house actually feels like Spring, and to help spread that Springy feeling, I incorporate as many plants and flowers as possible to my decor. The trick for me is to keep them alive {just keepin’ it real}.

This describes me more that I wish to admit:

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But it doesn’t stop me from trying though. I love plants. I have quite a green thumb. Today I’ll show you a quick, easy, and inexpensive project to help display plants inside your home.

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For this project, all you need is:

One 1×10 Pine Board

Stain in the color of your choice

A Jigsaw

A large bowl

A sharpie

Sisal Rope

A drill and a drill bit the size of your sisal rope.

Small Level

Hanging hardware {specifically for ceilings}

Step 1: Use your bowl and trace a circle with a sharpie. {We are hard core around here, as you can see by our intense process}.

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Step 2: Cut the circle with a jigsaw. In case you are wondering, no, my husband did not do this, I did.

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Step 3: Stain your wood with the stain of your choice. I love Java Gel Stain, but you can use whatever stain you want. Heck, it would even be awesome unstained and just with a clear coat.

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Step 4: After you have stained your wood, drill three holes around the outside of your circle.

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Step 5: Thread the sisal rope through the holes and tie knots on each side.

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Step 6: Level and hang your planters with your hardware.

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They turned out super cute, and the project only took about an hour to complete.

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Here is a picture of our room before:

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And here is is after some rearranging and changes.

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It’s colorful and fun, and it makes me happy! That’s the point in all this, right!?!?

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Spruce up your house for Spring too, you know you want to! Heck, I’ll even help you do so with a giveaway!

What will you win?

·      $100 The Home Depot gift card

·      Bounty

·      Mr. Clean Magic Erasers

·      Febreze

·      Gain Flings

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All you need to do to enter is visit: FinditatHomeDepot.com and then come back and validate your entry with a blog post comment. {You also need to confirm that comment in the rafflecopter}. Tell me which project you like the best!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

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This post is sponsored by P&G. All opinions are $100 my own.

 

Comments

  1. 1
    Karen Jerread says:

    All great ideas but there were actually two that really caught my eye as doable and fitting for me. Loved the laundry room from dark to light and bright and also the candle holders to painted planters. Love the blog and thanks for the great give away.

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    Tara Polk says:

    Love Love the Old Chest gets cleaned up and dressed up. Love seeing functional furniture with a pop of color. I also like the Patio Made perfect. (I don’t have a patio, but I have a big porch and I have a hard time decorating it. ) Great ideas.

  3. 3

    I LOVE the hanging flowers–it’s too bad my kitten would prevent them from functioning properly. I don’t want to come home to dirt all over my carpet every day. :)

    I really like the chalk board lockers in the laundry room makeover too. The only thing I would change is using chalkboard markers instead of regular chalk–you need to use water to get it off, so it wouldn’t smear and get all over any coats or backpacks hanging around it!

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    Sharla van Neck says:

    Ugh! My pantry needs an overhaul. This was an inspiring post to get me motivated to do it! And I never thought of painting the back walls. What a huge difference this made in Emily’s pantry! I’ll have to try that!

  5. 5

    Love the laundry room, wish I could have one like that!

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    Stephanie says:

    I love the Gold Oceanic Urchin. Just the right combo of danger and bling.

  7. 7

    Make Your House Numbers Stand Out in the Neighborhood is my project of choice. Definitely need to get on that one.

  8. 8

    Oh man I love them all…with your flowers and your entryway and then the house numbers and the mud room…so many inspiring ideas!

  9. 9

    I can’t even believe people are still using febreeze knowing how toxic that stuff is to people and pets!! Nasty. It’s not even thrifty to buy it as opposed to make it. I have been a reader for quite some time but there is not much that is actually thrifty being featured here.

  10. 10

    My pantry is definitely in need of some cleaning and organization!

  11. 11

    So many neat ideas on the Home Depot! I really like the “Make Your House Numbers Stand Out” idea! Definitely something that I plan on doing this summer with the hubs!

  12. 12

    Can i borrow your kids to help me???

  13. 13
    Miranda M says:

    I LOOOOOVE Spring Cleaning because I love a clean house and I love the smell of cleaning products. Mmm don’t mind me while I wander off into my happy place. But I love the idea of fresh flowers – bringing spring inside. Thanks for the ideas!!

  14. 14

    Magic erasers are truly magic!!! One product that truly lives up to its claims!!

  15. 15
    Mackenzie says:

    I love the Patio for the Family! We desperately need to fix up our porch/patio because we live outside in the Spring and the Summer!

  16. 16

    your house looks amazing!

  17. 17

    I like a lot of those projects! I really like the DIY Basket Bookshelf made from crates.

    And your daughter is a girl after my own heart…my socks never match :)

  18. 18

    love to win this. will be a great start for spring!

  19. 19

    I love your entry way design, but I don’t have an entry way, so I’m thinking I could start with the candle holder turned planter! :) I love your creativity–do you do housecalls? :)

  20. 20

    patio for the family

  21. 21

    wood crate bookcase!!

  22. 22

    Loved the chore chart idea!

  23. 23

    I love your plant hangers and Kristin’s succulents! Bet I could combine the two projects…LOL

  24. 24

    Pantry Makeover!

  25. 25

    I love the new look of the room. If feels so much more open and fresh. I agree, spring cleaning really helps me to get in the mood for house projects!

  26. 26
    Ashleigh hall says:

    I love the old chest makeover!

  27. 27

    I LOVE these plant hangers. I’ve been looking to add some greenery to my kitchen/breakfast nook area and this might be the perfect solution! I also love the candleholder to planter project! Super cute! The Mud Room Makeover is amazing too! Love those colors!

  28. 28
    Amanda W. says:

    Make your house numbers stick out is a great idea

  29. 29

    I love the pantry re-do/organization and I love the planters! Thank you for the giveaway!

  30. 30

    Love the mudroom makeover!

  31. 31

    I loved the patio makeover!

  32. 32
    donnamarchlewski says:

    I like the laundry room make over!

  33. 33

    I like the laundry room makeover best. One of these days, my laundry room will be bright and pretty too!

  34. 34

    I like the dresser makeover. Love the green color, just need to find a dresser to work on.

  35. 35
    Emily Fordham says:

    I really like them all, but the crate bookshelves really caught my eye.

  36. 36

    Nice touch of spring! Love the DIY tutorial you shared!
    However, not sure I’d be too comfortable with a jigsaw, any tips for beginners that have never used one?

  37. 37

    I loved the “make you house numbers stand out”. My house could really use some curb appeal!

  38. 38
    Rhonda G says:

    I love the vintage wagon planter! So cute.

  39. 39

    Hmm… I was all interested in the Swiffer Sweep & Trap when you mentioned it above, but I when I went over to the Swiffer site to check it out, I saw that it has HORRIBLE reviews. Any chance you could do a video review of it? The most common complaints were that it doesn’t pick up stuff, just pushes it into a pile, and also that it only works in one direction (forward). Has that been your experience? Thanks!! :)

    • 40

      The more I use it the more I realize that sometimes it doesn’t pick up larger items. And yes, it only works in one direction. I’m going to adjust the post. Thanks for the reminder. I wrote the post about a month ago, and I have since gotten a different opinion. :)

  40. 41

    I love the idea of switching pillows and accent colors with the seasons! You always have fun tips and ideas. Hurray, for spring cleaning!

  41. 42

    Cute plant hangers, I would for sure kill the plants. But I do have a dresser that needs to be painted, love the cute ones on Home Depots site.

  42. 43

    I love the pantry spruce up, I have a large walk in closet that I turned into a pantry a few years ago and it definitely needs a spruce up and better organization.

  43. 44

    I love the house number project.

  44. 45

    I love the patio clean-up. I definitely need to clean my outdoor cushions after this crazy winter.

  45. 46

    I love the perfect patio….great ideas, I need to use them!

  46. 47
    Katie Sibrel says:

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, the laundry redo!!!

  47. 48
    Ashley Hutten says:

    Loved the home office! The best part was the black and white wall. I also think the crate bookcases are cute.

  48. 49

    The wagon. :)

  49. 50

    Patio clean up! Hoping it stays warm so I can start…

  50. 51
    Shelly Taylor says:

    I love your patio make-over! I can’t wait to start sprucing things up for Summer!

  51. 52
    Stacey H says:

    Love the crate bookshelf! Thanks for the chance to win!

  52. 53

    Wow! I feel like I totally just watched a commercial instead of reading a blog post. Not cool! Totally turns me off! If you are gonna have a give away…have one, but it just seems classless to be paid to promote a product on a blog like this….IMHO, of course!

  53. 54

    I loved the spare room to home office makeover.

  54. 55

    That pantry is amazing.

  55. 56
    Darla Bunyan says:

    I LOVE the plant hangers, that is my fave! I will be making those immediately! Thanks so much for the chance!

  56. 57
    Mary Hall says:

    The laundry room was pretty inspriational to me! Loved it.

  57. 58

    I like the DO-IT-YOURSELF WOOD CRATE BOOKCASE

  58. 59
    Natalie S says:

    They are all just so wonderful! Wish I could be more of a DIY person ha ha Especially love the colorful laundry room makeover and the home office makeover!

  59. 60
    Samantha says:

    I loved the patio ideas….awesome.

  60. 61
    Lori Tuttle says:

    I loved the laundry room makeover and all of the fun colors!

  61. 62

    Your home is so clean looking and you make it look easy. I am packing my bags and am coming to live at your house lol. I found the mirror surrounded by the cluster of dowel rods intriguing <3.

  62. 63
    Mary Happymommy says:

    I love the mud room gets a makeover.

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