Friday, July 1, 2011

Birdcage Veil Tutorial

Birdcage Veil Tutorial
To make this, you will need:
-Netting (I got mine in San Fran, and sadly I haven’t seen it at Hobby Lobby or JoAnns yet)
-A hair clip/ wire comb (a sturdy one)
-A rosette with decorative beads/pearls in the middle
-Glue gun
-Scrap felt
(Photo via here)

I used this little outline to cut my piece. I just eyeballed it, but I believe it was 1/2 yard.

Sewn up, this is what it looks like.

Sew on the felt. I shaped it to a heart, but when all was said and done, it looked more like a disfigured hot dog...

My little trinkets laid out..

(All sewn on the heart and ready to go!)

Now, hot glue the feathers on first and THEN your flower! On the backside, to make it look all nice, use white felt/ fabric and cut a little slit for the clip to fit through, then hot glue that to the back. It didn’t turn out like I thought it would, but I like it :)


  1. Thanks for linking to Bacon Time, this is very pretty. I saw your comment, I think you wanted to do a button exchange. I am going to grab yours now to put on my friends page. I would love for you to grab mine too.

  2. Your button I grabbed it but the pic is not showig up, it's only an x.
    Let me know when you change it and I will grab it.

  3. That is so darling:D Totally awesome!
    ps i would LOVE to email you! i need to talk to my parents about it before i do, though:) i'm not really allowed to give out my email on my blog, so if my parents say it's okay, i'll email you;)

  4. Absolutely stunning!!! I just stumbled upon your blog from "Sugar Bee Crafts"....and I am HOOKED!!! I'm excited to say i'm your newest follower!!!

  5. i love this! i hopped over from sumos,... im a lover of all things hair related and this definitely falls into that category! one of my friends was wondering how to make these the other day so now i can tell her! sending her the link now! looks great hannah :)

    the style projects

  6. You've been featured! Thank you so much for adding your blog to our directory, your blog is great. Please brag about your accomplishment to your friends on twitter and facebook, you deserve it! Can't wait to see what you come up with next.

  7. What a lovely veil and your tutorial is so easy-to-follow and well-written! thanks for linking up! We love your project so much we are featuring it on the blog tomorrow. Votation will start on the same day. Do grab the featured button if you fancy doing so. ^^)

    Have a lovely weekend!

  8. Oh, this is so pretty! You're really making me feel some wedding regret . . . mine wasn't nearly "me" enough, and I LOVE how this came out. Beautiful!

  9. So cute! I have been trying to figure out how to make one of these when I ran across your blog. Im getting married in August and have looked all over Tulsa but cant find anywhere that sales the netting :(. Super cute blog though!
    xoxo, Ashley

  10. Wow this is beautiful! And hello from your newest follower!

  11. This is gorgeous! Great tutorial! Thanks for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday--hope you'll be back this week!

  12. This is a beautiful veil and you did a great job on it. You're using my original drawing, so please link back to me. Thanks!

    -mary ann

  13. Its fantastic and informative .It's related to the non toxic bird cage paint.It's so intrusting and wounder full knowledge, witch you had share.I like and saved ,Thanks for submission.....

  14. bird cage bridal veil i like your way to represent these cages i love birds and i also care for them i like to keep birds in my eyes i love them to be mine and also i like for them beautiful cages i would like to appreciate you on this

  15. this blog is so nice and beautiful good and interesting thanks!They make a statement about the owner's taste and lifestyle.musical bird cage Bird cages can blend in artfully with the décor or they can be bold in contrast


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