Thanksgiving Feather Garland

Nov 19 2014
Thanksgiving Feather Garland

So I'm still on this minimal Thanksgiving thing, but I'm really feeling it. It's crisp, clean, happy, and still so Thanksgiving-y. It's a word. Go with it. I made this garland with feathers from Michaels, hot glue, and twine. It's super easy to make which is always fabulous and it's pretty too. Tutorial below! 

You are going to lay your twine down on the table and position your feather every six inches or so.

Dot some hot glue on the end of your feather and press it down to the rope. Make sure you keep all the feathers facing the right direction. They should be flipping up so they lay flat on the wall. Let dry.

Now hang! I used clear 3M removable hooks because they pop right off the wall then you are done : ) 

Thanksgiving Feather Garland

What you need
1 bag of Feathers
1/2" hemp rope
Hot glue

1. Lay your twine or rope down on your table and position your feathers every 6 inches or so. 

2. Dab some hot glue on the end of your feather and press down to the rope. Just make sure all your feathers are facing the same direction so it lays flat against the wall. 

3. Hang with 3M removable wall hooks. 


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