I’m sure most of us have seen (or drooled over) the rattan and basket pot plant covers that have been making a comeback! One part I’m drawn to is that a lot of them aren’t fully enclosed, but more like a decorative planter that you can switch around, and pull plants in and out of.
I wanted to have a go at making my own wooden pot plant covers, and of course DIYs that don’t need power tools are right up my alley (mostly because I don’t have any)! Enter balsa wood. This wood is often use for crafts and models as it is lightweight and can bend easily. I’ve wanted to try weaving it for a while and I’m glad to say it works, and looks fab! Read on for two types of pot plant covers: a woven balsa wood cover, and a round balsa and dowel cover.