I always have the best intentions when it comes to plants but somehow they always end in disaster. That’s why I absolutely adore the succulents from Darice. They look as good as the real thing but don’t need me to remember to water them! I’ve done a ton of projects with these succulents but have always wanted to try and recreate the look of Japanese Moss Balls or Kokedama. They’re going to look so pretty in the corner of my living room! Read on to learn how to make Kokedama hangings.
Step 1. Today we’re going to show you how to make Kokedama succulent hangings. Before you begin, you’re going to want to decide which succulents you’d like to use. This just may be the toughest part of the tutorial! You’re going to want one larger succulent and 2-3 smaller ones to make a nice design. Once you’ve picked out the succulents, use a pair of wire cutters to trim the excess wire.
Step 5. Once all the succulents are secure, cut a 4 ft. section of the jute twine and begin wrapping it around the moss ball. Make sure to leave one of the sides of the twine long enough to hang from.
For a similar idea, check out this easy macrame plant hanger project!
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