The wonderful people over at Confetti Sunshine sure know how to make a party go from blah to beautiful! We love their tips on how to create wonderful settings for your Easter party, and these feather nests are the perfect accent for your celebration!
You can use our turkey flat feathers that come in a myriad of colors or get creative and use other fun feathers such as rooster, guinea, or even ostrich feathers! Check out the full tutorial here, and see how beautiful these nests can look with anything from candy eggs to real eggs, or even your own special Easter filling!
And… Voila! The perfect table setting or decorative accent.
All images via ConfettiSunshine.com
There defiantly has been no shortage in amazing Feather Fashions on the runway for Fall 2013.
“ Although plumage is typically reserved for special occasions, we couldn’t help but notice that many of this season’s collections were filled with afternoon-appropriate quills. “ – Style.com .
Top designers are incorporating Ostrich Feather Trims, Rooster Saddle, Goose Nagorie, Peacock Feathers in their collections and so can you! Get the look by adding a beautiful Ostrich Boa or Rooster Coque Tail Fringe around the collar of your jacket. You can also add Ostrich Fringe accents to your heels and for men a feathered boutonnière or fedora!
Here are some noteworthy Fall Plumage from Style.Com
Get a flirty feather look with little effort by checking out this amazing DIY tutorial for a skirt fit for spring! The Ostrich feather trend shows no sign of slowing down and was spotted all over the runway for both Spring and Fall 2013. Check out the the instructions above from one of our favorite websites P.S.- I made this… for a simple way to DIY this look. You can use our one ply or two ply Ostrich Fringe depending on how full you want your creation to be. Get creative and add this fringe to collars, cuffs and so much more!
Check out our website Featherplace.com for these fringes and all your feather needs! Don’t forget to visit P.S. I made this… for many more DIY ideas!
We are spotting Ostrich Feathers everyone on the runways this season! Designers such as Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Vivienne Westwood and many, many more were feeling feathers for their Fall 2013 collections.The versatility of this feather makes it favorite for many- it can be used sparingly for cuffs or embroidery, or used for showstopping looks such as a full fluffy skirt! We rounded up a selection of some of our favorite looks that feature Ostrich Feathers and we hope that you love them as much as we do!
Get your wardrobe ready early this year and DIY these looks by going to Featherplace.com!