This make has been languishing at the bottom of my makes basket for a year. I picked it up many times and then always decided to wait until I got some Mod Podge. As some very dear people gave me some, I was able to try it out. It’s great and I think there will be a lot more makes with it in the year to come.
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This make starts with an old wooden coat hanger and some recycled tissue paper that was way too beautiful to throw away.
I cut the shape of the hanger out of the tissue paper, leaving some extra paper to fold over the top and bottom. I cut notches to fit it around the bends.
Then I glued it down with Mod Podge and repeated the procedure for the other side.
Once the paper was all stuck down and dry, I cut out some words and stuck them on too. Then I covered the whole lot with another layer of Mod Podge.
(Thank you Kelly Rae Roberts for the inspiration).