Are you looking for the perfect Macrame Gift Idea? Then you’re going to love this easy 10-minute DIY Macrame Bath Bomb Hanger Tutorial!
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Easy DIY Macrame Bath Bomb Hanger Tutorial
This Macrame project is one of my new favorites! It looks lovely in your bathroom, makes a great gift, and is super easy to knot!
I recently bought my friend a set of Bath Bombs, but I wanted to add a little personal touch to my gift with Macrame.
So, I got my cords out and started experimenting until this cute Macrame Bath Bomb Hanger was born!
This Bath Bomb hanger is such a cute gift idea for upcoming Mother’s Day!
You can make a single, double, or triple Macrame Bath Bomb Hanger so it’s up to you how much you want to spoil her with delicious-smelling bath bombs!
You can also optionally decorate your hangers with wooden beads or metal tubes.
Alternatively, you can turn this project into a cool disco ball hanger. I love how it creates all these happy, bouncy dots on my wall when the sunlight hits the tiny mirrors!
This easy DIY project is perfect for beginners and can be created in 10 minutes. Are you ready to get started? You can find the full tutorial with photos and written instructions below!
Shopping List Macrame Bath Bomb Hanger
Here’s a handy Shopping List with all supplies and tools needed to make your easy DIY Macrame Bath Bomb Hanger:
- Small Wooden or Metal Ring
- Small Golden Tubes (optional)
- Bath Bombs (± 170 grams/6 oz, pre-packaged in plastic)
- Disco Balls (± 10 cm/4″)
- 1.5mm 3-Ply cord (Natural) by Bobbiny
Check my handy shopping guide to find a local Bobbiny cord supplier near you!
You can choose to make a single, double, or triple hanger. Add an extra 30 cm/12″ of cord length for each additional hanger.
- 4 x 120 cm/47″
- 1 x 30 cm/12″ for 1 Gathering Knot
- 4 x 150 cm/59″
- 2 x 30 cm/12″ for 2 Gathering Knots
- 4 x 180 cm/71″
- 3 x 30 cm/12″ for 3 Gathering Knots
I recommend creating this project by hanging it on a clothing rack with an S-hook. Check my Macrame Workstation Guide for more handy tips!
Take your 4 cords, fold them in half, and pull them all through your ring to form a loop. Pull the ends of your cords through the loop to make a Lark’s Head Knot.
Take 2 cords that are close together and skip 18 cm/7″ of cord length. Create a loop with your 2 cords and pull the ends through it to form an Overhand Knot.
Repeat this 4 times so you have 4 sections with an Overhand Knot.
We will now connect the 4 sections together. Make sure the cords don’t get twisted.
Take 1 cord from each next section beside it. I recommend fitting your bath bomb or disco ball first to adjust the following measurements if needed.
Skip 5 cm/2″ of cord length and make another Overhand Knot. Repeat this 4 times so all 4 sections are connected together.
Skip 4 cm/1.6″ of cord length and make a Gathering Knot (download my Free Macrame Knot Guide for step-by-step photos and written instructions on how to make this knot).
You can now cut off your cords if you create a single hanger.
Double Hanger / Triple Hanger
If you want to continue making a double or triple hanger, skip 8 cm/3″ of cord length and repeat the above steps.
The End Result
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