Sunday, August 7, 2011

Paper Couture XI: Vintage Padded Clothes Hangers Shabby Chic Style

I thought it might be nice to cover how to make miniature, vintage, padded clothes hangers before we begin creating paper clothes. This will help give you a pretty way to display your finished dresses.

embellish your hangers in a variety of creative ways
The padded hanger template can be resized to suit your needs if a larger size is preferred. I have designed the template so it is pretty enough for you to keep with your ACEO collection.

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Please do not redistribute, alter or publish my templates without my permission. Direct your blog readers back to Kell Belle Studio to download.


I hope you will enjoy the video tutorial. Feel free to direct me to links of your finished work. I would love to see what you create.


18 comments:

  1. very cute! Tammy

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  2. Thank you Kellie. These are adorable!

    Elaine Allen

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  3. Thank you so much Tammy and Elaine. These are so much fun to make. Send me a link to your work if you make one or several.

    xoxo
    ~Kell

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  4. Ha ha .. These are so darn cute....Love them...HUGS

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  5. This so adorable! I hope that I will be able to create some of these wardrobe projects! So August is the only one up so far? Totally love these. The music in your videos is so calm and relaxing.

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  6. Ohmygosh! These are just totally adoreable. I'm going to miss watching your paper wardrobe tutorials when this project is done. Thank you so much for sharing these with us all. Your work is truly an inspiration.

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    1. Hi Jenna,

      Thank you so much for the comment. Not to fear, I think I'm going to put together a new project in August because I like what I'm doing now. I'm so glad you are enjoying the videos. ;)

      Have a great weekend!

      xoxo
      ~Kellie

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  7. Merci pour ce tutoriel si bien expliqué, je vais cet après-midi tenter de faire un petit cintre et une robe, c'est absolument charmant, j'aime ce travail fin et délicat. Très bonne journée, Moana

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  8. So awesome...thank you so much!!!

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  9. Thank you for the corset tutorial. I made August for a vintage scrapbook project I'm working on. It's turned out adorable and I had fun doing it.

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  10. Very cute. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. That beautiful hangers. They look very easy to make. Very good idea because the Hanger factory tend not to think about the utilities

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  12. beautiful work!!! i will try it!!

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  13. Very nice work, and so it seems are quite easy to perform. Ideal for when you find the solution that we would like to Hangers direct

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  14. Love, Love,Love,Love, LOVE this idea for miniature padded hangers..they'll definitely come in handy for all the beautiful, coutoure paper designs you've created!!! Well done Kell!

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  15. THANKS A LOT FOR THE TUTORIAL, I'll try to make some hangers right away :-)
    Dany

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  16. I just love you're site and tutorials so cool. It's my day off and just enjoying myself such beautiful work. Thank You..

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    1. Thank you for the note, Kathleen. I appreciate it.

      Cheers!
      Kellie

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