I'm a big fan of big DIY's that take a lot of time and thought…but when a project whips up in less than 10 minutes, for less than $10 and just makes you happy to look at, it is just as rewarding! These DIY Pineapple Air Plant Holders are just that. They are quick, fun, and make an impact to your space. These would also be a fun gift for a fellow #PlantLady!Materials: Balsa Wood, Wooden Napkin Rings, Hot Glue Gun, Wood Burner, Airplants, Command Strip/Clip, X-Acto Knife.
Process: First, draw the shape of your pineapple onto the balsa wood. If you need help with this just print out a picture of a pineapple and trace the body portion. Cut out your shape using your knife (make sure you use balsa wood, otherwise the knife won't cut any other wood). Once your shape is finished, draw diagonal lines across your pineapple shape using the wood burner. Now, draw diagonal lines the opposite way on the pineapple to create a diamond pattern. *See photo for reference. Hot glue one napkin ring to the top, back of the shape. Be sure to hold in place until the glue cools off. Add a command clip to the back and then attach to the wall according to the command clip instructions. Place your air plant inside the napkin ring and you are done!