I am really discovering a love of plants, flowers and all things green and this new series was partly inspired by our Valentine's Day wall hanging post as well as todays DIY which was adapted by this wall hanging from Sarah Sherman Samuel (she seriously the best!). Instead of having just a vase of fresh flowers or greenery around our home, we're going to start doing a "Living Wall Hanging DIY" series!
|| What You'll Need ||
Fresh Cut Eucalyptus // Yarn // 3 Wooden Dowels // Scissors
To begin I spaced out the dowels on the floor to see how much space I wanted in-between them. Then starting at one end of the bottom dowel tie the yarn in a simple knot. Then moving along to the middle dowel and the top dowel tying 2 more knots. Next you pulled the yarn up to the point you'll want to hang it on the wall (I did about about 1.5 feet above the top dowel) and then finished by tying the rest of the knots, from the other side of the top dowel and going down to the bottom and then trim the extra yarn.
Once I finished with the dowels I bunched up a couple branches of eucalyptus and tied a piece of yarn around the end, securing them together (you will make 2-3 bunches). Finish by tying the eucalyptus bunches to the dowels with the yarn and hanging it up in the perfect spot around the house.
Isn't this way better then just plain flowers and the eucalyptus smells so good! Stay tuned for the next Live Wall Hanging DIY in our series!
See our last wall hanging DIY here.