A Crazy Simple Cath Kidston DIY Hanger Craft
I don’t know about your homes or the state of your laundry rooms but I have A LOT of plastic or wire hangers.
Honestly, I don’t even know where they all came from but any project to make them look a little prettier is bound to be a great idea. ^_^
I found this fabulous Cath Kidston DIY project via the blog KLA Styling;
“Klastyling team is made up of women in grass-roots experienced professionally in various fields interior gathered from all over the country, flower, craft, and food. “I would like to propose something beautiful,” “I want to make work out of courage” local housewives, office workers, etc., are active, age, occupation is a collection of women that I sincerely hope so also vary.” (Translated from Japanese)
Chihiro Kubota is a fabulous photo stylist and founder of KLA Styling blog.
I’ve featured the lovely photographs of Chihiro before so I hope you stop by and take a little look!
Materials used in this project –
- 100% cotton fabric
- Ribbon and Trim
- Wood glue
Make sure to clean your hanger before adhering any ribbons to it. It will just make life easier!
You can use your hanger to draw around to make your own template for this project and then cut two pieces of your fabric.
Ensure to fold your edges down and you can glue these pieces down.
You can leave the bottom open and just glue your little hem down and glue the pom-pom or ruffle trim too.
How simple and lovely!
Cath Kidston DIY project, photo styling & shooting by Osaka Kobe – “Silk Flower & Cartonage Salon” (I know that makes no sense in English but that’s the name of the blog, you can see it in the header!)
Originally seen on KLA Styling Blog