Added by on 2017-01-09

Visit my Etsy shop: You can also follow my day-to-day projects on Instagram @RoughDraftDIY Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to my channel for more tutorials! How to make a hanging garden / vertical garden This is my second DIY tutorial video! It shows you how to make a rustic-looking hanging garden using burlap, rope, and repurposed metal. The metal bolt I use in this video is from the old boardwalk in Long Beach, NY that got destroyed by hurricane Sandy. Before they tore it all down and threw it away, I was able to salvage parts of it to use in DIY projects. Very affordable to make– Total cost: repurposed metal: FREE gloss: manila rope: burlap: hook kit: Check out my first DIY video: How to make a wine rack– And my latest video: How to make a coat rack: All of my projects are about repurposing found materials into functional decorations using inexpensive tools. Each one of my videos gives detailed instructions that are easy to follow even if you’ve never done anything like it. Actually, much of the time what you see me doing in the video is the first time I’m doing it! So if you’re interested in DIY but haven’t used any tools or made anything from scratch, go ahead jump into it! The best part about DIY is that you can make it into anything you want. As always, please LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT, and SUBSCRIBE! Thanks for watching! More DIY videos to come! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY PROJECT: Vertical garden hanging pots – homes+Vertical Hanging Garden (Introducing Hydroponics DIY At Home and Dry Your Harvest Kit)10 DIY Hanging Basket Vertical GardenBuild a Hanging Vertical Pallet Garden to Grow Food on WallsVertical Garden Hanging Space PlanterBuild A Hanging Vertical Garden For Planting

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  • Elizabeth Logsdon 1 year ago

    Thanks Dani and Steve!

  • Daniel Vargas 1 year ago

    I loved it! I did say gigity out load when you said rod :)

  • Steve O 1 year ago

    I found some old hypodermic needles on the beech I'm planning on using! Jk(: Excellent work!

  • Elizabeth Logsdon 1 year ago

    Thanks Quinn! Send me pictures

  • Quinn Perkins 1 year ago

    That looks really great! I want to make one for my classroom.