DIY Spiral Hanging Planters

DIY Spiral Hanging Planters | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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Thinking of recycling your plastic bottles instead of throwing them in the trash? Here’s an awesome idea by Easy Choice! Turn them into these DIY spiral hanging planters for your plants at home. It’s a super easy and fun project that you can easily do on a weekend with your family. Read on or watch the video below for full instructions.



  • plastic bottles
  • jute rope
  • plastic or metal ring
  • blade
  • paint in two colors
  • screwdriver
  • candle
  • cotton swabs
  • soil
  • plant
  • sturdy rope or chord (use the same color as the paint)
  • hook


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Step 1:

Remove the label and cut the top part of each plastic bottle. Clean and dry them well.

Step 2:

Paint each of the plastic bottles in the color of choice, then let them dry.

Step 3:

Get a screwdriver and heat the tip. Create two holes on opposite sides on the top part of each plastic bottle. Once done, create holes in the bottom for the drain.

Step 4:

Get the cotton swab and dip it in the other paint. Paint dots on each plastic bottle.

DIY Spiral Hanging Plants Tutorial
Image by Easy Choice via Youtube

Step 5:

Wrap the wring with jute rope all the way around.

Step 6:

Fill each bottle with potting soil.

Step 7:

Cut ropes in varying sizes for each of the plastic bottles. The length should vary for each one to create the spiral effect. Insert one end of the rope into one of the holes, and make a knot to secure it in place. Hang it on the ring, then insert the other end into the other hole and make a knot. Repeat with the other bottles. Check the height difference of each one and adjust if needed.

DIY Spiral Hanging Plants Project
Image by Easy Choice via Youtube

Step 8:

Put the plants into the soil.

Step 9:

Cut three ropes and tie them on the ring, then attach them to a hook.



DIY Spiral Hanging Planters

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