Mod Podge does it again! Another fun, quick and highly individualized project. A new grandnephew is on the way and these small hangers are the perfect addition to a basket of gifts. I experimented with a few different fabrics and trims. Including some scraps of laminated quilting cotton in the hanger below.
Assemble the basics and get started.
- Prepare fabric scrap by applying fabric Mod Podge to the right side of fabric with applicator. Remember to use something like foil or wax paper underneath to protect your surface.
- When dry, carefully trace hanger outline onto wrong side of fabric. Cut.
- Apply fabric to hanger with regular Mod Podge. Repeat for other side.
- If desired, add more Mod Podge to fabric. This would be a great time to add Sparkle or Glimmer Mod Podge. (If using laminated fabric, skip this step.)
- Using Mod Podge or craft glue, apply trim around edges of hanger.
- Add decorative bits to top of hanger. (Pom poms, ribbons or beads all work well.)
And that’s it! You’re ready to gift some adorable hangers.
For these projects, I used Tanya Whelan’s Delilah fabrics and Jennifer Paganelli’s laminated Honey Child fabric. The wooden hangers are available at Michael’s.