DIY Boho Macrame Hanging Jars
Other than the whimsical decorated jars I shared last week, I also created about 70 of these hanging decorations for my friend's wedding.
But even if you're not getting married anytime soon, a hanging jar would be perfect as a herb planter, or even as a candle holder for any outdoor dinner parties you might have in the summer with friends.
What You'll Need
Jars (Medium to large sizes)
1. Cut 6 pieces of twine, making sure each strand is 68" in length. Gather all the strands together, fold them in half and tie the top into a looped knot.
2. Separate the twine into six groups of two strands, then tie each new group in a simple knot about one inch away from the large knot.
5. Group 2 sets of 2 strands, and tie them together just above the rim of the jar. Repeat all around. You should have 3 groups of 4 strands each now.
7. Tie the 2 braids together, about 2" above the knot at the bottom of the braids. Trim any excess twine at the top. Add your flowers or plants and you're all done!
Hope you all enjoyed creating these vintage inspired hanging jars!
Have a lovely day crafting,