Step 1: Go Get Stuff
A popped kickball
A razor blade
A power and some drill bits
Five thin steel cables with fasteners on the ends
A metal nut (see step 4)
A metal washer
A hanging planter bracket
A stud finder
Gravel or pumice stone
A zip tie
Step 2: Cut the Kickball in Half
Step 3: Drill Holes
Drill another 5 holes around this center hole at about and inch to and inch and a half. Make sure these five holes are large enough to let light pass through (and don't close completely back up. .
Step 4: Attach Cables
Next pass these cables through your steel washer.
Lastly, pass these cables through your metal nut. The idea on the nut is that you can pass one cable at a time through if the previous ones are pulled through far enough that the fasteners are out of the way. When all of them are passed through, pull them all tight to the nut, they should all be held tightly in place.
Step 5: Mount
Mark where the screws should be installed for the basket using a pencil
Drill where you marked with a 3/32 drill bit. You should meet some resistance about halfway through when you hit the stud. If you don't, you haven't found the stud. Try again. Do not hang the basket in just drywall.
Fasten the bracket to the wall using screws.
Step 6: On the Rocks
Step 7: Plant
Step 8: Hang
I then zip tied this to the basket and it was good to go.
Step 9: Hang Two
Rather than fasten two planters to two brackets, you can drape the wires over each bracket and fasten to each other with a few zip ties.