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17 Creative DIY Rope Planters Designs


DIY Rope Planters

Rope is one of the materials that can be used as part of versatile DIY projects. This inexpensive material can be used to wrap up some plain items to give them a new look. Also, you can create versatile stuff simply by using rope. Today, we are bringing to you a collection of several Creative DIY Rope Planters that you will love to make.

Rope planters can be great addition to your outdoor space, but also they can be part of your home decor. You can find such planters in the local garden store, or you can try to make some on your own. Simply, take a plain terracotta pot and wrap it up with some rope. Use glue gun to glue it well. Also, you can wrap up an empty tin can or a mason jar and then fill it with some dirt and plan.  Or you can simply create a planter out of rope without wrapping it around anything. Scroll down now to see the DIY rope planters that we have chosen for you today and try to make one such planter too. Enjoy!

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Besides creating some standing wrapping planters, you can also make some hanging rope planters. hang them somewhere in your home or in your backyard.

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You can also turn an old tire into a planter. But since it won’t look good keeping it as black as it is, you can decorate it somehow. For instance, you can wrapped it up with some rope. This is a great DIY project that you can do this summer.

You can also use some colorful string to make the rope wrapped planter look more fun. Or you can even repaint it after it is wrapped in some more eye-catching color.

So, which one from the above DIY rope planters did you like the best? Tell us in the comments and do not hesitate to make some. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Design & DIY Magazine to find many other DIY projects that you can do in your free time.

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