DIY Car Air Freshener – Hanging Car Plant
This easy hanging plant looks similar to macrame but is even easier! I love the mini hanging plants for cars, so I thought . . . why not make it serve a double purpose and act as a car scent as well?!
With just a few supplies, you can make this adorable DIY hanging succulent.
I used –
- styrofoam ball – these ones from Amazon are a steal, and you can use the rest for other projects!
- jute twine – similar to this
- faux succulent – I got mine from Joanns, but these ones are very similar
- wax melts – I love the Aldi wax melts, and I also love this Febreze variety pack. Smell sooo good.
- hot glue
First I drew a circle around the top of my styrofoam ball.
Next, using a sharp knife, I cut along the pen line.
I then started cutting out the center of the ball, until I had a deep enough well to fit the wax melt in.
I then heated up the glue gun and began wrapping the ball in jute twine.
After the ball was completely covered in twine, I took another piece of twine and glued it the opposite way for a hanger, as pictured below.
Then I simply set the wax melt into the hole in the ball, and pushed the stem of the succulent into the wax melt to secure it.
Then it is ready to hang in your car and tie the ends with a knot.
Tada! The warm sun on your DIY mini plant car hanger will make your car smell beautifully within no time!