Wednesday 21 November 2012

Wall hanging tutorial

 its kavitha here to share a tutorial today.First of all i am so sorry for the poor pictures,my camera phone is already dying and top of it my computer is corrupted and all software's has been deleted,so not able to edit the pictures:(.
The tutorial is to make a mobile hanger with paper scraps.All you need is circle punch-from EK success,Martha stewart doily lace border punch,fevicol,stitching thread,pattern paper scraps and ribbon.

Take a 18" strip of card stock(2 inches width) and punch the border.Stick both the ends together,you will get a base like this.

Take the punches circle,apply glue and fix the thread in the middle and stick another punches circle over it.In this way the thread gets covered and both the sides will have patterns.In case you can stitch you don't need to stick the other sides,instead you can use double sided pattern papers.

I made 8 strands of punched circle and attached it to the base.For hanging it punch 4  holes on four sides in the base,take one meter of ribbon,put a knot on one side and attach it to  the base.Finally join all the four ribbons together and tie a bow.

Hope you liked it,you can try this with different shapes like heart,stars,butterflies etc.Best way to use your scrap too.This looks lovely in real. (All craft supplies under one roof)
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  1. Wow!!! your mobile hanger looks so lovely...fab use of scraps :)...loved your tute !!

  2. Nice hanging..thanks a lot Kavi for sharing the tute !!

  3. very cute wall hanging...i am sure all kiddo will love it....


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