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Frothy, decadent and totally glamorous, the tulle tree can adorn your dressing table while you get ready for Christmas parties, or be your table centre piece on Christmas ...
The base and 'trunk' of the tree are made from a wooden kitchen roll holder. Sand the kitchen roll holder and spray paint to match your fabric (in ...
Now cut your fabric strips, this project works well with tulle, net, organza or any lightweight fabric that doesn't fray too much. My organza fabric arrived on a ...
Pull on one of the loose threads, to gather up the fabric tightly. Knot securely and then tie both ends together to create a circle.
Add your first layer to your tree 'trunk' and repeat the steps for all your remaining fabric strips.
'Fluff your ruffles' and admire! Thanks for reading, more pics on my blog at www.wagdoll.co.uk
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