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It's Home Decor week on the Pink Paislee Blog, and the Design Team has some great inspiration in store for you! I started things off yesterday, with a Dreamcatcher created with the new Moonstruck collection and an Embroidery Hoop.
The Dreamcatcher trend has been popping up in the paper crafting world, so I thought it would be fun to interpret it into a Home Decor piece. My daughter's love it when I make projects like this and they usually fight over who gets to have it in their room. HA! This time the younger sister won out.
This project was fun and easy to put together. I used a 9″ embroidery
hoop which you can find at your local craft store for a very low price. I
cut a circle from one of the Moonstruck patterned papers to fit behind
the embroidery hoop. You could also do the opposite if you wanted to and
add your circle over the top of the embroidery hoop. Next, I cut a 9″
spiral cut file to layer over the patterned paper before adhering it to
the embroidery hoop.
Once I had the paper adhered to the embroidery hoop, I grabbed the three
feathers from the Moonstruck ephemera pack. I machine stitched through
each of the feathers, leaving a long piece of thread at the top and
bottom of each one. I also die cut two feathers on my Silhouette Cameo
from two different Moonstruck patterned papers and stitched those as
well. Then I hung each feather by placing the thread on the back side of
the patterned paper and securing it with washi tape.
I finished the dreamcatcher design with a few more embellishments from
the Moonstruck ephemera pack and puffy stickers. I added dimension to
the project by stitching through the butterflies and folding the wings
before adhering them to the patterned paper. If you wanted to
personalize your home decor dreamcatcher even more, you could paint your
embroidery hoop before assembling it or even add your favorite ribbon
or trim on the outside edge of the circle.
If you're looking for more inspiring ideas for home decor, make sure you check out the Pink Paislee Blog all this week!
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