Ombre Paper Chain Wall HangingApril 03, 2018 | FILED UNDER: Wall Art, Paper
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To make it you need just a few simple materials – Astrobrights cardstock, a paper cutter, stapler and scissors. I used a curtain rod to hang it with! You could also use a long dowel. Here are the specific Astrobrights colors I used to create the ombre effect:
Making the wall hanging is as easy as the paper chains you learned to make as a child. A paper cutter like my fringing tool is oh-so-handy in this project because it allows you to cut a bunch of uniform strips quickly rather than having to use a ruler and scissors.
A handheld stapler also makes it super easy to create a chain without having to worry about glue drying. You can always slide the staple to the back of the ring so it won’t be seen!
If you’re a multi-tasker like me, then this is the perfect project to do while you’re watching a favorite show on TV. Or have a family craft session and get your kids get involved in the paper chain making! Hazel, my 6 year old, is an expert paper chain crafter and is currently in the process of making a number of paper chains (using Astrobrights paper of course!) to divide her side of the bedroom from her sister’s side. See, I told you there were infinite possibilities for these paper chains!
Head over to astrobrights.com for the step-by-step tutorial for making this paper chain wall hanging!
This post was sponsored by Astrobrights.