Macrame Air Plant Hanger

Hello everyone!

Today I’m sharing a DIY with my new obsession: Air Plants. I know. My last post also involved air plants… its an obsession.

plant hanger

You Need:
you need
-Key Ring
-Air Plants

Cut three strings of yarn in equal lengths, about 3 feet each. Pull the yarn half way through the key ring and tie them to the ring.

Tie two of the yarn strands together two or three inches down from the key ring. Do the same with the remaining strings.

Repeat step two, but tie two different strands together each time than you did the last. Repeat this step one more time.

Tie the same group of strings together a second time, not with different strings like the past two steps.

Repeat step three once more. Knot all of the strands together leaving about six inches of lose strands hanging. Insert an air plant so that it sits on top of the large knot. Pull it’s leaves through the strands of yarn to secure the plant. Hang it up and you’re good to go!

airplant 2


I hope you all enjoy this new DIY!

The Whale's Endeavors

-The Whale


Airplant Log


I have something new to share today!

Airplant log

So recently I’ve been kind of obsessed with air plants. I don’t know if you’re all familiar with what air plants are, so I’ll give you a run down. Air plants are a plant (obviously) that does not need any soil to live and thrive. You can set them anywhere, and they’re super easy to care for! There’s a decently wide variety of them, and they’re super cute!

I recently found this half hollowed out log on a walk, and thought it would be neat to put air plants in it.





I hope you guys like it!

The Whale's Endeavors

-The Whale

Crochet Hanging Planters

Hello everyone!

Today I want to share a little weekend project I did recently! I haven’t done a croceht project in a while. Mostly because the majority of crochet projects are winter related items… and winter is the last thing I want to think about right now… but this project is not something to keep me warm. I made hanging planters!
crochet planters

This project was quick and simple. I didn’t use a pattern. I simply took one of the flower pots I wanted to go in my hanging planters and crocheted a circle the same size as the bottom. I then did three rounds of double crochets. After I had three of those, I attached them all together and made straps to tie the hangers to my doorway. I think it adds a nice touch to my little space!



Now that this project is finished… I am kind of getting amped up for crochet season… even if I wish it didn’t come with the cold weather!

I hope you all had a great weekend and have a wonderful week!

-The Whale

Mini Cacti Gardens

Hello, all!

Today I want to share a small project I did over a weekend! I stopped and picked up a variety of little cacti and succulents from Home Depot. I wanted to make some little cacti gardens!

Little Cacti :]

I got started right away with separating the individual cacti and planting them into the planters I made and also a few other containers I had.

So lovely. :]

I placed the planted gardens on a few of my windowsills around my apartment! It’s all coming together. I hope you are all are having a wonderful week!

-The Whale

DIY Geometric Planters

Hello, all!

I have a DIY for you all today!


I made a few of these planters for my new apartment and I just love how easy they are to make and they look so pretty!


For this DIY all you need is some flower pots to paint, spray paint (pick two colors. I chose white and gold!), and some tape!

Step One: Pick your first color and apply a coat of spray paint to the planter. Allow that to dry completely.

Step Two: Tape a design onto your planter! I made some triangles on mine but be creative!

Step Three: Apply a second coat of spray paint in your second color.

Step Four: Remove the tape and enjoy!



I planted some nice succulents in all of my little planters and a nice (I don’t remember what it is) vine plant in my bigger one! I love trying to bring the outside into my space!

-The Whale