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You Can Sew Wood, And It's Pretty Much The Most Adorable Thing Ever

SEPTEMBER 25, 2015  —  By Grace Eire  
Grace Eire

Grace Eire

On Viral Nova, Grace writes about cute animals. She also writes for design42day.com, and thoroughly enjoys puns - the good kind or the bad kind. She's not picky when it comes to puns. She's studied English, music, film, and other creative fields. In her spare time she's reading or writing creative nonfiction, arranging songs, or writing jokes just in case she some day decides to try stand up comedy.

It's always nice to have something green in your home...but if you're anything like me, you are probably terrible at taking care of the plants you purchase. That's why cacti are great! They're not fussy, and if you forget about them...it's really not that big of a deal. Plus, they come in all different types, sizes, and levels of spikiness.

What's the best way to welcome a new plant into your house?

Don't leave them naked...stitch 'em a home!

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Here's what you'll need:

A thin board of crafting wood, a drill, a saw, scissors, yarn, a pencil, a ruler, and some sandpaper.

Saw the wood into five identical squares, or get them cut at the store.

Measure out even increments where you'll thread your yarn and mark them with a pencil.

On four of the squares, do this only on three sides. On the last, mark all the edges.

Use your teeniest drill bit to make holes at your marks.

Sand down any frayed edges.

Thread your yarn through the holes as such, making sure to maintain a 90-degree angle.

Tie off the thread flush with the wood. Repeat on all sides, and...

There you have it! Your new plant friend has a cute, cozy home.

(source Look What I Made)

Don't be afraid to get creative with this! If you want to add some color, paint the wood before marking where to drill. You can also use some glitter or gloss for a flashier look. Hey, it's your planter!

 

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