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DIY Christmas Mobile.

Saturday, 10 December 2016

Introducing the easiest DIY in the world, the Christmas mobile! I got the inspiration from the Flying Tiger (previously just Tiger) Instagram page. They created a Christmas calendar using ribbons and a clothes hanger. This inspired me to create more of just an ornamental piece using the same material and some Christmas decs too! 

So, firstly you will have to gather the essentials; a hanger, a variety of ribbon and some Christmas ornaments. I had this old vintage looking hanger hanging (haha excuse the pun) around so I decided to go with this. You could easily use a wire hanger though, or even spray paint a plastic one gold or silver, if you want to get real fancy. It is then just a case of tying the ribbons to the hanger, whether you want to create a pattern with the ribbons or just let you creative juices flow is totally up to you. I did all different lengths to give it an extra handmade feel. Once you are happy with the way your ribbons are displayed its time to add the decs to the ends. I went with some little white and silver hearts to finish off the kitch look. 

These are so easy to create and fun to make with kids too! You could make them super full and colourful or go for a theme like I did!

Have you made any of your Christmas decs this year?



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8 comments on "DIY Christmas Mobile. "
  1. i love a good diy and usually i'm useless at anything diy but this one looks so good. i love it.


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    1. This is suuuuuper easy! You should give it a go!! x

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  2. That's soo cute! It would look fantastic in a rustic Christmas set-up, or in a more modern, family style, too. Plus, who doesn't love something that looks cute but was super simple? ;) I made a little Christmas craft, too (and posted about it, of course!). It's a Christmas tree on canvas made with wrapping paper and buttons. It's really cute, I'm quite pleased :)

    Erin | Explore, Refresh

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    1. Thank you, lovely! I am going to check yours out now!!

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  3. Lovely post Christmas ideas brilliant

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