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DIY Birdcage Veil

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DIY Birdcage Veil
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Every girl wants her wedding day to be extra special and her wedding day attire to look like a million bucks. The problem is not all of us actually have a million bucks! Luckily, there are expensive-looking DIY sewing projects out these like the DIY Birdcage Veil to give you that royalty-worthy look for just pennies. Learn how to sew a stunning, chic, and absolutely feminine veil with this wedding sewing project idea. You will not regret making your own veil. You’ll have something borrowed, something new, something blue, and something DIYed when you walk down the aisle.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Hand

Intermediate

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The instructions were not clear at all.

that is not birdcage veil--it is net

This is a better tutorial for a bird cage veil http://madebymaryann.blogspot.com/2008/04/birdcage-veils-and-how-to-make-one-part_20.html She uses 12" Russian/French veiling, but you could substitute the Russian/French veiling for bridal tulle. An 18" veiling would cover your face and rest under your chin, like a proper birdcage veil. The one you all featured is too poofy because it's too bulky.

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