Post # 1
I, like many other bee’s, fell in love with the personalized hangers. However, at $25 a piece, I was not going to pay that much for them. So off to Michaels I headed, and this is the outcome of that trip:
If any one is interested in a bride hanger, I am thinking about starting to make them for other brides too. In my opinion, $25 for a bride on a budget is a bit much. I used 12 guage wire, so they’re definitely sturdy. If someone is interested in them, let me know by emailing me at [email protected] for pricing and color options.
Post # 3
I absolutely agree. I am not sure why they charge $25 but hey to each his own
Post # 4
that’s actually one of the best I’ve seen! Good job! I’ve favorited this post for future reference 🙂
Post # 5
Thanks! I had been putting off DIYing this because I had read so many people complaining about it, but it was sooo easy!
Post # 6
Thanks for posting! I love all the DIY hangers. 🙂 I did ones too, and wish I would’ve used 12 gauge (used 22 and they’re a bit flimsy). Great work!!
Post # 7
love them! how did you get your ends to be so straight?
Post # 8
Love them too!!! Can you post a few directions for us DIY wannabes? I got 12 gauge wire noted, but what other tools would I need to buy? Thank you!!!