A DIY plant hanger can be a very easy and inexpensive way to enhance the appearance of your outdoor flower garden. You can get them at any craft or gardening store. They can also be bought online and purchased on the Internet. When you decide to go with the DIY route you will learn how to build one on your own, but it can also save you a lot of money.
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One of the first things you will want to do is find a piece of wood that is a good size. You want to get something that you can cut into sections to be able to fit inside your frame. It does not have to be a straight piece of wood. A post could work. Any piece of wood will work.
Next you will need to measure out the yard or the space that you have in which to hang it. Once you have this measurement, you can begin cutting the wood into even sections. You should try to get pieces that are about two inches wider than the height of the flower. You can use nails or screws to hold the pieces together as well. You want to make sure that the size of the frame is a few inches larger than the size of the frame where the flower will be placed. You don’t want to put an odd size flower in the frame, only to find out that the frames have too small a flower for it.
This will mean that you will need to raise the frame where the flower will be hanging so that the blade will fit. In order to make sure that your frame is the right size, you will want to make sure that you do the measurements again. You want to make sure that you can measure twice to make sure that you are getting it right. You will need to add one inch to the measurement of the frame that you put the plant hanger in.
Choose a frame that has some fabric attached to it. You do not want to choose a frame that has fabric attached to it. This can be a trap that you fall into if you are doing this on your own.
When you have measured the fabric to see where it will be placed, measure the frame where the fabric will be placed. Mark where the frame will be placed to give yourself a little more room to maneuver the frame in place before you begin to fasten the fabric to the frame. Once you have fastened the fabric to the frame, you can now begin to attach the frame to the wooden posts.
Once you have placed the frame where you want it, you will need to position the other pieces of wood in the frame. Once you have done this, you will then fasten the frame to the other posts. The last step is to put the plant hanger back in place. This can be accomplished easily by pushing in the stand, or fixing it to the frame.