Feather Place, featured in CR Fashion Book !
At The Feather Place NYC we recently worked with the stylists at CR Fashion Book to help create this fashionable and artful editorial. Venery Pheasant Tails, Silver Pheasant Tails, Lady Amherst Pheasant Feathers and Goose Biots were used to create this artistic interpretation of the modern day woman who does it all!
Part Work by Day Mom, part Contemporary Snow White, she makes for a magical and magnetic vision of motherhood. – The Seven | CR Fashion Book
Make sure to check out the full spread at CR Fashion Book – The Seven.
As summers rolls to an end, we hope you are spending plenty of time out enjoying the beautiful weather. Whether you’re rocking out at an outdoor concert or strolling through a festival or street market, today’s DIY Feather Ear Cuff project will add the right amount of flare to your look. With these powerful natural feathers, the cuff is earthy, but still dramatic. Let’s get started!
Ear Cuff Pattern (Download Here)
Metal Ear Cuff Finding (we found ours HERE)
Feathers (some good options would be PHEASANT, ROOSTER, and DUCK)
Step 1. Print out the ear cuff pattern and cut it out from felt. Pick a felt color that will match your chosen feathers. On this cuff we have used a variety of natural-colored feathers. You can find links to the feathers we used in the Products Used section below. Any type or color of feather will work.
Step 2. Begin to arrange the feathers along the edge of the felt piece. Leave about an inch of felt at the bottom for securing onto the metal finding. You could mark a line onto the felt to remind yourself or simply eyeball it.
Step 3. Once your cuff is fully feathered, it can be attached to the metal finding. Wrap the excess felt around the finding and up and over to the feather bottoms. Hot glue the felt into place.
Step 4. Hook the cuff onto your ear! Wouldn’t this be the perfect accessory for an end summer music festival? This dramatic cuff will make a statement wherever you choose to rock it!
For more DIY feather crafts please visit our HOW TO page on our Blog The Feather Girl!