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The fringe part can be made while watching a movie (call some friends to help!) and then install the fringe with a glue gun on site. I love that you can reuse it. Perfect for a wedding or a big party!
Step 1: Make a bunch of fringe in each color tissue paper, about 4” tall with each fringe about 1 cm wide.
Step 2: Tape together long strips of butcher paper to make a large backdrop. We made ours 8’ tall and 9’ wide. Map out how you want to space your colors in pencil.
Step 3: Beginning at the bottom of the backdrop, hot glue the fringe in strips in each designated section, leaving a bit of margin beyond. As you move to the next color, overlap onto the margin to keep your fringe feeling full!
Photography, styling and crafting by Naomi Julia Satake