Happy Friday! Today we thought we’d share a quick and easy DIY project for the weekend, this gorgeous fabric chandelier!
Here’s how it’s done: Gather your favourite fabrics and cut (or tear) them into long strips. Start tying them around a mini hoop at different lengths, and mixing up the patterns, until you make it all the way around. Attach some fishing line or twine to hang the chandelier and you’re done!
We think these fabric chandeliers would make fabulous party decor or a lovely addition to your little one’s bedroom. They have a wonderful whimsical feel to them.
This example uses the divine Leaves fabric but we think it would look just as amazing with any of our pretty quarter fabric packs. Happy making!
Looking for ideas for a little boy’s birthday party? Or maybe you’re setting up his bedroom and want to go with something a bit different? Well look no further than Sweet Magazine‘s Issue 4 – an issue dedicated to catering for the little men in our world.
Inside you’ll find a cute paper boat garland created by Fiona Michelon of Craft Hunter using our Daydream Collecting Papers which we absolutely love!
The garland features as part of Fiona’s DIY tutorial to make your own nautical inspired cake topper – Ahoy!
You can find plenty more inspiration in the gorgeous pages of Issue 4 so make sure you grab yourself a copy! Click here to locate your nearest stockist of Sweet Magazine and there’s a little online preview here.
The amazing ombre wave cake and white rose swirl cupcakes were created by the super talented Charlotte of Indulge Me Cupcakes.