In this blog post, we will share creative DIY craft projects that you can make using versatile sisal rope. Made from the sisal plant, sisal rope is purely constructed from its natural fibres, making it hard-wearing and aesthetically pleasing. This traditional rope is especially resistant to sunlight and stretches very little. It is ideal for use in the garden and being natural it complements planting and timber work. Also used for cat scratching posts and parrot toys, Sisal goes well with swings and play equipment and it can be used both indoors or outdoors.
All you will need to make this DIY is a wood round for the base, PVC pipe and cap, sisal rope, felt and a scrap piece of wood. We would recommend using our Sisal Rope that is specifically designed for use on cat scratching posts. You can find a fantastic DIY video to follow here.
A rope basket can be used to store a variety of different items from fresh fruit to car keys! What you will need for this project is sisal rope, a hot glue gun, a pair of scissors and a mason jar or other glass container to use as a guide. You can find a fantastic DIY video to follow here.
If you want to transfer an old and worn mirror then this is the DIY for you. You will need a framed mirror, sisal rope, a hot glue gun, a bag of starfish, hard coat mod podge and seashell decorative filler. The end result is a stunning coastal inspire mirror that would look great in a bedroom or bathroom. Find the entire DIY process here.
An easy and practical DIY, all you need to make a rope knot door stop is some sisal rope, an old round ball (or cast iron ball if you are using it as a doorstop) and a hot glue gun. Find the easy to follow DIY instructions here.
To make a woven rope pendant lamp all you will need is a hanging planter basket, sisal rope, white spray paint for metal and a mini-pendant. This is an affordable way to add a touch of luxury to your home. You can find a brilliant set of DIY instructions to follow here.