DIY Hanging Clay Air Plant Holder

DIY Hanging Clay Air Plant Holder

Nora Taylor
May 19, 2016
(Image credit: Submitted by Amy)

With Spring in full bloom, it's pretty tempting to bring some of the green inside. This elegant little plant holder can help make your dreams come true in under an hour. Amy walks us through this easy and lovely little project.

Skill Level: Easy
Time Required: 1 hour
Project Cost: $5

(Image credit: Submitted by Amy)

What You Need


  • Polymer Clay
  • Clay Tools
  • Clay rolling pin


  1. To create a marbled effect, use a small amount of four different colors. First, remove pieces from each color and start warming and kneading in your hand.
  2. Once the clays are a bit more pliable, use the rolling pin to start flattening them out. Flatten the clay and then fold it over a few time and flatten again. This helps to create more marbling.
  3. Cut a thin strip of clay about 8″ long. I had to piece two sections together to get the length I needed.
  4. Then, it’s as simple as gently folding the clay into a tear drop shape and connecting the top of the clay strip together. Follow the baking directions for your clay. I put mine in at 265F for about 35 minutes.

For full instructions check out Amy's blog Delineate Your Dwelling.

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