Tonight I tried a more natural element. I took the clippers and went and trimmed a limb that was down in the back yard.
I cut sixty 60-inch pieces of yarn. I doubled them then knoted them on the branch as shown below until all were on the branch.
Once they were knotted, then I taped off the bottom to keep it somewhat straight. You can cut a V, an angle, straight or however you see fit.
Once I had it trimmed, I cut a long piece for my hanger. I knotted, wrapped and then slip knotted each side to make the hanger…couldn’t keep everything tight and take a photo at the same time. If anyone is interested I can do a video tutorial.
I found a spot to hang and voila! A $3 boho wall hanging!
So who has seen all those beautiful wall hangings that have been macramed and twisted and braided…well I love them just like the rest of the you…but I found a way to make a very inexpensive simple wall hanger. I bought 4 rolls of yarn and 1 package of dowel rods: each wall hanging only used about 1/2 of the ball of yarn and one dowel rod-so a little of $1 each! It’s amazing you can DIY these things and bring in so many natural elements to your home and desk.
I measured 24 pieces of 36 in yarn. I put two together and wrapped around dowel like in the photo. I also did a video of how to do step by step. Then the hanger should be cut at 72 inches-video shows how to wrap the yarn around to make it a hanger. Having a problem with the video uploading so I will try to do some better photos tonight.