An easy tutorial for creating a unique DIY trellis for potted plants. (And get excited because this trellis is cute enough to work as a home décor piece too!) Affiliate links in post.
Hello, beautiful people, and welcome back to my corner of the web! I’m sharing another DIY with you all today . . . Although, I confess, it is slightly cheating. You did get a glimpse of this bad boy in my 8 Cottagecore DIYs compilation – but it’s just so practical and cute that I had to write it a post of its own!
(My grip on grammar is getting ever weaker. That last sentence was painful even to me.)
Anyways: making a DIY trellis for indoor plants. If you’re a plant lover, you’ll know how important providing support is for certain plants. It can help them mature faster – not to mention just keeping them upright!
Do you know what climbing supports usually are though? Ugly. You’re never going to convince me that a moss pole is cute, I’m sorry. Functional? Sure. But cute? Not even a little.
Enter your resident DIY queen! I’ve been trying to think of crafty ways to make a DIY trellis for potted plants for . . . well, a while! My first iteration of this was on a way larger scale and doubled up as a memo board.
However, I think this thrift flip takes the cake! I have finally achieved what I would consider to be an acceptably cute DIY climbing support. It’s got all the stylish vintage vibes – and we all know about my ongoing love with photoframes!
SOME OF MY OTHER CRAFTS USING OLD PHOTOFRAMES:
They’re a total staple in my crafting toolkit. However, the thing I absolutely adore about this DIY trellis is that it’s such a practical decor piece too. You have a gallery wall that needs spicing up?
Well, I think I’ve got just the thing.
WHAT YOU NEED:
HOW TO MAKE A DIY TRELLIS FOR POTTED PLANTS:
As always, I would love for you to watch this tutorial in Youtube format and subscribe to me over on there too!
- Remove the glass and backing from your photo frame.
- Measure the plastic gutter guard to fit the backing of the photo frame and cut it to size.
- Spray paint the gutter guard gold.
- Once dry, either hot glue or staple the gutter guard into place.
And that’s it! This is so easy to make, but the finished product is beautiful. Honestly, I’m still a little bit in shock at how well this turned out.
If you’re a fellow plant lover, make sure you don’t miss my other plant related DIY projects . . .
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Alright, lovers, we shall end at the end! I hope you guys enjoyed this project as much as I have . . . I honestly can’t get over how cute it turned out! Would you give this a go yourself? Let me know your thoughts down below!