A couple of weeks ago, we shared a tutorial on making your own macrame’ plant hanger. Taylor, from ProFlowers.com also saw our post. She thought our readers would like to try something new: A Kokedama String Garden.
What’s this? We’ll let ProFlowers tell you:
Kokedama is a Japanese gardening method where a plant’s roots are wrapped in moss, bound by string, and suspended. The name comes from the Japanese koke, meaning “moss” and dama meaning “ball.” Although this art form is centuries old, it now takes on a more modern and minimalist form.
Kokedama string gardens are easy to make. Grab a friend or family member and shop for just a few supplies.
Then, enjoy a day of DIY fun. Hang your string garden near an empty ceiling corner in your bedroom. This beautiful, natural feature is just one way to amp up the boho in your bedroom.
Are you ready to give it a go? Follow this tutorial and then don’t forget to share your creations with us.
Please visit ProFlowers to view the original guide. There are expanded directions and lots of handy tips to make sure your string garden comes out perfectly. Thank you, Taylor, for stopping by and sharing the pretty!
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