Four Fun Ways to Use Tulle Fabric

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Dec, 2017

 

Tulle fabric is a lightweight netting traditionally used in creating veils, dresses and other formal or bridal applications. However, it is also inexpensive to buy by the roll from craft suppliers and wedding supply vendors, and can be used for a number of fun and easy craft projects that are great for selling or giving as gifts. Take a look at these fun projects you can do at home using just tulle fabric and a few other items:

Flowers, Pompoms and Puffs

Tulle flowers are easy to make, and can be created in a variety of styles to match any application. Need a memorable corsage that will last a lifetime? Or an adorable pompom to use for your little cheerleader’s hair barrettes? How about elegant, silken roses to use for wedding décor? You can do every one of these with tulle!

Big, Beautiful Bows

Whether it’s a hair bow or a grand decoration affixed to the back of a chair at a wedding reception, tulle bows make everything a look a little sweeter. Because of the relatively low cost of tulle fabric, these bows are a great choice for both event décor and for crafting to sell. Consider making a batch in a local school or sports team’s colors and watch the interest in your creation soar!

Tutus for Little Ballerinas

The tulle tutu is one of the most popular crafts using this fabric. With a little elastic, some simple sewing and a few shades of tulle, you can create an adorable tutu for every season or occasion. These make great baby shower gifts for women expecting a little girl, as well as a present for an older child who loves to play dress-up.

Wreaths and Home Décor

Tulle isn’t just for use in flouncy, feminine clothing and accessories or major event décor, it can also be used to add a touch of sweetness to your home. Consider white holiday lights wrapped in tulle for an elegant Christmas design, or a wreath made from tulle fabric pieces for a spectacular welcome through your door for guests. Whatever you can dream, you can do with tulle!

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