Post # 1
Will you look at this! I envision this hanging above the bride and groom,during the ceremony, or over the head table. It is made of white fabric remnants hanging from embroidery hoops.
Here’s a link to the tutorial:
Post # 3
shameless bump . Someone else needs to see this.
I posted this late last night- must remember not to do that in the future.
Post # 4
i like it:)
I like it so much i’m gonna steal this idea! so whatcha think about that! 😛 thats what you get for shamelessly bumping:)
i really do like it:) and yes, i really am gonna use it:)
Post # 5
I’m just glad that somebody read this post. I’m glad you like it. I’m also glad there are so many creative people out there- especially the ones who write tutorials to share how to make something.
Post # 6
@julies1949: My work computer blocks the pictures.
Post # 7
Mine does too when I’m at work. I hope they know how difficult that makes it for us to follow posts here.
I just start a word document at the beginning of my shift and copy and paste links to the posts I want to review when I get home. I email it to myself at the end of my shift.
Post # 8
Very pretty. I saw some similar ones recently. One used wax paper circles ironed together to make a faux shell one. For another, they sewed silk petals together. 🙂 I think I like this one best of the three.
Post # 9
That is so beautiful!! We have two chandeliers in our venue and I”ve been looking for ideas how to use them! This would be fantastic. It also reminds me of these other cascading chandliers I saw made of pink tissue paper. Here’s a link to the whole ballet inspired wedding page: