(Closed) Should I even try this?

posted 5 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
527 posts
Busy bee

It’s really not hard.  I recommend purchasing a kit.  🙂  That will definitely be easiest for you!

EDIT: Or if you can’t find a kit you like, just buy a bunch of tulle and a comb and practice until you get it exactly how you like it!  Tulle is so freaking cheap, so it’s not really a waste of money.


Post # 4
526 posts
Busy bee

i bought mine on etsy, $40  (including shipping) it was stunning, chapel length with lace edging.  it took over a month to get here from china (slight freak out) but it did and i love it


Post # 5
725 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

I thought about it then saw ETSY.  I got mine for $54 and was very happy with that.

Post # 6
1279 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@kittyfinn:  Make it! So much cheaper! My sister, also my Maid/Matron of Honor, made mine. I bought 2 yards of tulle for about $9 and metal combs, which came in a pack of 4, for $5. She evenly bunched it up (I wanted it to be a little poofy) and hand-sewed it on to a metal comb. The threaded/sewn part is on the underside of the comb and totally hidden from view. I will try and post photos when I go home.

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