It’s that time of the month again where I team up with a great bunch of ladies for “Repurpose, Recycle and Reuse” tutorials. Yay! This collaboration gives me a kick in the rear every month and actually helps me get something done. So, yay for getting something done! Ha. Anyways, for this month I tackled a yarn wall hanging. I’m sure you’ve seen them floating around Pinterest. They are crazy beautiful and I especially love the intricacies of this one by Brynne at The Gathered Home although at this point that is outside of my skill set! So, I did a play on a wall hanging… the easy way!
Let’s start off with why this project is repurposed. Well, the stick comes from the yard. Yay for repurposing! Lol. The wooden beads and twine; I had in a random craft box. I had to buy the chunky yarn, but that was it.
Ok, ready for a short and sweet little how-to?
2. Wooden beads
4. Chunky Yarn ( I got mine for $3 from Hobby Lobby using a 50% coupon)
Determine how long your strings should be:
Here’s a small bit of advice. Go longer than you think you want to go, that way you have room to make adjustments at the end.
Cut 25-45 pieces of string to get started.
Start looping strings around your stick. Pull the other end of the string through the loop to make a simple knot.
Randomly add wooden beads:
Hang on the wall and then trim as needed.
Ready to see what the other projects for the month are?
Thrifty and Chic made an upcycled cardboard and tissue wall.
Lovely Etc upcycled a lampshade into a basket.
Holly from Life as a Thrifter Updated this Train Case.
Linking up to:
C.R.A.F.T., The Makers, The DIY’ers, The Winthrop Chronicles, Home Stories A-Z, Hit Me With Your Best Shot, Work It Wednesday, Fry Sauce and Grits, Liz Marie Blog, The Inspiration Gallery, Creativity Unleashed – The Bold Abode, Remodelaholic, Whipperberry, The Creative Collection, Tatertots and Jello, Link It or Lump It, and Frugal Crafty Blog Hop.