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Hi!  This is Jingle and today I am bringing you a fun little gift project using May Arts ribbon, wonderfully sticky Helmar adhesives, and some pretty papers from Die Cuts With A View!  This is a pretty closet hanger made from cedar squares.  You can hang this in a coat closet or anywhere else you would like a bit of cedar!  :)

 

 

Supplies:

 

To begin cut a long length of the grosgrain ribbon.  Set out the three wood squares about ½ apart from one another.  Using the Liquid Scrap Dots or Craft Glue adhere the ribbon to the wood as shown in the photo.  Be sure to leave a loop at the top for hanging.

 

 

Once this has dried, use the adhesive runner to adhere paper squares over the cedar squares.  Cut to 1/8 in. smaller than the squares to allow for a border.

 

 

Cut flower accents from the patterned paper and use the Zapdots black foam adhesive to adhere to the center of each panel.

 

 

Slide the Wrinkle Ribbon through the embellishment and attach at the back using the clear Zapdots circles.  These adhere WONDERFULLY to the wood and ribbon!

 

 

Hang your cedar hanger on the back of a closet door or on a hanger in a closet to add the fresh cent of cedar and an adorable decorative touch!

 

 

Thanks so much for visiting today!  I love sharing projects with you guys!!!  Feel  free to hop on over to my blog, Just Jingle for more fun stuff!

 

Blog post by: Jingle

  1. Debbie C.

    I have plain cedar pieces hanging in my closet but they won’t be plain much longer. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  2. Debbie C.

    I have plain cedar pieces hanging in my closet but they won’t be plain much longer. Thanks for the inspiration to decorate them.

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  3. Tini

    Wow…what a great hanger! Love the choice of colors – GREAT!

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  4. Kristie Maynard

    Very pretty, great project! TFS!

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  5. Julie

    So very cool.

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  6. Charlene

    Super project, Jingle!

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  7. Andrea Miller

    Luuuuv it!! This would make a fun easy gift too.

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