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Veil for princess

Originally this was ordered for play and made for adult, but after making the first one, I noticed that it was a little princesses dream to have, so I started to make these for kids. Al thought the same idea works also for real size veil. This is really short post for blog, but too long to be one of Meri's almost daily tips for crafting



This isn't full tutorial, but close to it. You will need fabric covered headband, tulle and pearls. I had one that was covered with white lace, so it made it even more festive. I draw picture about how I cut the tulle. Put square to half from corners. Then that to half. Cut circular line with the way that, there is as many layers fabric for final shape. Sew the tulle to headband from the sharp point of tulle. Not just the tip. You can test it and look how widely you want to paste those together. Then just pearls to cover stitches and to make it more stylish and bride like. This takes from me to do less then a hour. In Twitter @FromMadeByMeri




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