a 48″ long .5″ wooden dowel rod
yarn (for hanging)
gold table skirt, silver table skirt
white paper fringe
scissors I did a few sketches of the design before hitting the fringe but overall this was a figure out as I go type of project. I took down the evergreen from my CHRISTMAS WALL-HANGING, re-used the same rod, and bought these table skirts. Then, armed with just tape and scissors, a few minutes later I had a shiny beautiful focal point for our party!
First, I cut a section of the gold table skirt that was 83″ long and folded it in half, to make the fringe thicker, making the final length 41.5″ long. I ran a piece of packing tape along the top of the fringe, down entire length, and folded it over the top securing the two halves of the fringe together. Second, I cut 3 12″ sections of the silver table skirt and taped them one on top of each other to the center of the gold fringe. For the third step, I cut a 25″ section of the white fringe and taped that on top. Finally, I used the metallic tape to create loops to secure the wall hanging to the dowel, as well as trim (to cover the packing tape). And that is it! Hang that puppy on the wall and have a party.
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I love this! Proof that the most important part of a DIY is having the vision and that is a rare skill!
Love the kind of macrame look it has
Beautiful and festive! Love it.
This is so fun! I love what a bold statement it makes!