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A contemporary twist on the hanging basket, these striking aluminium cones make a real statement, yet their chic looks belie the amazing simplicity of their construction. The aluminium sheets come in a variety of textured finishes and are easy to cut and bend, so a whole clutch o...
.Your frame can take any shape, and you can even experiment with a three-dimensional design, using two or more coat hangers.More creative projects for your home and gardenChristmas wreathLavender bath bagGlass jar lanternsBrowse a selection of ivy plantsView a
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into the shape of a flower and glue them in place, one at a time.When dry, push a skewer through the centre of your arrangement to make a hole.Push the stem of the seed head through the hole and glue it in place at the base.Spray the decoration and allow
it into a spiral. Place it flat on the ground so it does not tangle, and you can see it taking shape.Wrap the centre of the spiral around the top of the cane, leaving a little spare wire. Bend the spare wire back on itself and push it into the top
these from galvanised wire, bent around a can to create the shape. Push each end through the holes, bending to make them secure.AdamMake sure the rims of the cans are smooth before you decorate them.More decorative project ideasMake cone hanging baskets
Toby Buckland shows how to make a plant climbing frame that doubles as a focal point with this simple obelisk, using galvanised garden wire and metal rods. Create an interesting shape by bending the rods and securing them in place with the wire