This was such a fun and easy little project, and took no time at all! Not only are they adorable, but the fabric acts like a grip and nothing falls off anymore like those slippery plastic hangers so, I think I'm going to have to do this to all their closet hangers!
I was looking for a fun way to spice up the girls closet, so my tutorial was done using smaller hangers, though of course it would work for any and every size.
I like to go into detail about the process so you can have immediate success, so don't let all the pictures intimidate you! This is so quick and easy that you just about don't even need instructions because just by following the pictures you can see exactly how I did it. Either way give it a try and enjoy!
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Tips/Ideas to keep in mind as you go:
If you're using jelly roll strips like I did than you'll only need to choose one strip per hanger, just cut them down the middle.
You'll want to remember to start gluing your material at a sharp angle so that your material can wind with ease.
Adding a dot of hot glue about every 5 inches or so will help ensure a secure enough hold.
When you run out of one strip, simply apply your glue right on top of the fabric end joint, attache your last piece of fabric, and keep right on winding and gluing!!
Once you get back around to the hook, make sure you add a nice glopp of glue right on the very end of your hanger hook point so you have a nice finish. And that's all there is to it!
For the padded hangers:
I needed about 6 more inches of material for the padded hangers than for the none.
Cut your piece of your cotton batting so it doesn't quite reach the opposite corners of your hanger.
Take extra care and glue while covering the tips of the batting. You don't want batting hanging out for all the world to see:) And that's it!