Using a pair of pliers and a bit of muscle, I managed to reconfigure the wire hanger into a circle. It wasn't a perfect circle, but it was good enough. (In the end, the slight asymmetry was unnoticeable amongst the tulle.)
What You'll Need:
Two spools of tulle (I used all of a 12 yard glittery roll, and most of a generic 25 yard ivory roll)
Toilet paper tube
Scrap of cardboard
Wire hanger reconfigured as above (or use a wreath form)
What You'll Do:
1, 2, 3: Use the loop and pull method to attach a piece of tulle.
5. Untie the trimmed piece of tulle from step four and use to cut your cardboard guide.
6. & 7. Roll tulle from the spool, onto the cardboard guide.
(Yup, that's a diaper box flap I'm using as a guide. Click here to read my popular post on other ways to reuse diaper boxes.)
8. Insert the scissor blade under the loops of tulle that are wrapped around the cardboard. Cut both ends.
Rolling onto a cardboard guide is a quick and easy method for cutting multiple identically sized pieces of tulle.
9. Attach your pieces of tulle to the wreath.... over ... and over ... and over again... Sorry, this part is kind of tedious.
Close up view from the back (above) and of the front (below).
Because I intend to use this wreath again on other occasions, I wanted an easy and interchangeable way to modify the wreath for special occasions. So I made a wreath cuff out of a toilet paper tube. The cuff gently wraps around the wreath and allows me to add event specific flair without damaging the wreath or leaving behind strings of hot glue.
Making the Wreath Cuff:
Cut longitudinally down an empty toilet paper tube.
Cover with scrap fabric.
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