After bathing in tulle and satin for days for various tutu orders I had a few left-overs. I started folding and stashing away all those goodies to move along with other project. That's of course when the idea of a tulle wreath decided to pop in my head. Of course I had to work on it right away.
After a couple of not successful ideas, I finally came up with a simple design that required very few supplies that I all had in my stash (and my closet):
- 1 wire coat hanger
- a strip of batting material
- left-over tulle - 1 yard total
- scrap pieces of satin
- a couple of buttons
- my beloved glue gun
I didn't take pictures since I made it up but I like it so much I'm thinking about making a second one - maybe a bit bigger. I will then take pictures and put a tutorial together.
This is gorgeous! I love the color combination ( it's like a cappuccino with cinnamon swirls in the foam!)and the textures. Well done!ReplyDelete
That is beautiful! I love the colors that you chose!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up!
This by far is my favorite wreath i have seen this season. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
This is such a romantic wreath, Caroline. Nice job.ReplyDelete
So feminine and pretty! Found you over at Sugar Bee's. Would love for you to share this at the Holiday Hookup!ReplyDelete
Very classy. Light as air. :)ReplyDelete
Tres chic! Me likey. Visiting you from Someday Crafts Link Party.ReplyDelete
Very pretty, I also love the color combination.ReplyDelete
This ie `Beautiful`ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at the Passionately Artistic Blog!!!
always a plasure
I love it! it absolutely cinnimon swirls! Great job!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!
That is so pretty! The satin bow is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
oh wow I have so much of tulles. great ideas for them.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing it with us at http://passionatelyartistic.com
Beautiful! It just looks so elegant and gorgeous. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
So pretty and fanciful..just as the holidays should be!ReplyDelete