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DIY: Hanging Planter by The Merry Thought

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DIY: Hanging Planter by The Merry Thought

January 27, 2016

The Merry Thought’s Caitlin McGrath and her stepmother, Manda, blog together from western New York state. With their simple, stylish DIY hanging planter, anyone can have an indoor garden:

Photograph courtesy  of The Merry Thought.

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Above: Many of the DIY materials for a DIY hanging planter are probably already lurking in your home: a measuring tape, pencil, sand paper, small pots, plants…

For the full list of tools and supplies, see The Merry Thought.

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