Melinda Holman Lamp Shades November 02nd, 2018 - 12:05:14
Fringe light fixtures and I knew I just had to recreate it for my channel. So that is what we will be doing today. We will be making these fringe lights, that you can hang from an old light fixture or a lamp. You can definitely get creative with it and, as usual, it's super inexpensive to make and all of the links for the products that I used will be listed down below. So first we're gonna start off with everything that you need to create.
You will need three different sizes: wood embroidery, hoops, some fringe. I chose this long white fringe string or twine. I chose white just so that you can't see it behind the white fringe. You will need hot glue scissors and a tape measure. The first thing that we're gonna do is take the embroidery hoops apart, so we're just going to keep the inner hoop that doesn't have the metal clip on the top of it.
We're going to use our string to connect the three hoops together. I'm adding three long pieces of string to the largest hoop and then I'm going to measure out how far apart I want the hoops five inches was a little too far and four inches was too close. So I ended up choosing four and a half, so we are going to mark four and a half on each of these strings.
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