I'm so excited to bring you guys another DIY since you guys liked the DIY Flower Wall so much. As many of you know, I made my own wall hanging for my living room and at that time, I never made a video or post showing you how I did it. Because of that, many of you have requested that I finally do a DIY on these wall hangings. Here I am doing it on both platforms. If you guys want to find out how I did the two ring dreamcatcher wall hanging, I filmed an entire video on it here! Check it out! And if you're interested in how I did the feather wall hanging, continue reading...



What You Need:

Yarn- Lots of it, experiment with textures and different colors
Metal Circle Rings- I found these in the wreath making section at Michaels
Metal Wire- I got rose gold and silver
Feathers- Amazon Prime got my back  
Wire Cutter


First things first, cut all your string. Determine how long you want the length to be before, cut it and keep cutting the string. It takes a while. Put on a movie, binge watch a show. Do whatever you can till you have all your string cut up for the wall hanging. Better to have too much than too little.

For reference, I used 5 strands of yard per bundle that I tied onto the circle loop. Loop the yarn onto the silver ring and pull it tight. You don't have to worry about the ends being the same length because you can always even it out at the end! The best part about this is you can test out the arrangement of the yarns for your design of the wall hanging because they are easy to move around once you tie them up. 


Time to add the feathers! Just lay it out where you think you want the feathers to hit. Taking the wire cutters, cut wire about 10 inches in length and wrap it around the tip of the feather onto the yarn. Super easy to do and keeps them super secure. It adds extra texture to the "art" by adding the metal and feathers.

To cut the yarn once you're done hanging everything, hang the circle piece from something, I used my garment rack, and start cutting it. I started from the middle and made my way to the ends. I like it to look a little messy and not all one length so if it's not perfect, don't worry, unless of course, that's the look you're going for!

It's that easy.


So that's it! I love the end result and I hope you guys are excited to try this DIY out! Experiment with colors and textures and once you have your own wall hanging, tweet me pictures of end result. I love seeing you guys do my DIYs! Actually, I just love hearing from you guys in general. I hope you guys enjoyed todays post. What DIY would you like to see next? Leave it in the comments!

XOXO.

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  2. omg i love it! you're killin the diy game.

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  3. I love this! Definitely going to try this out as an affordable alternative to those beautiful wall hangings I've been seeing everywhere.

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  4. your apartment is a total dream!

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  5. My boyfriend and I just recently moved in together and I am decoration + combining gout styles. This is perfect! Thank you Sarah!

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  6. As much as I love the demo on DIY awesome ring shots, my favorite part of this post by FAR is your explanation of your CZ stone! that is such a beautiful story, and makes me respect you even more than I already did!, you're awesome. Also, looking through those gorgeous green stones, the Gaspeite pretty much jumped off the page at me screaming your name. Personally, I'm a huge fan of Orange Garnet Silver Ring


    , and I know they come in a bajillion different colors. Were I ever to design a ring for myself, I would totally go for something that is more in the "stone" family than the "gem" family Silver/Rose Gold Rings

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