DIY Floral Fabric Hangers

Hello crafty friends! Today I spent some time to try out making DIY fabric hangers that I’ve been yearning for. Fortunately, they turned out beautifully even though it was my first attempt. Here’s a look at my first DIY hangers.


I used floral jelly roll strips from my stash to wrap around the hangers. The process was pretty simple to manage. But it was a time-consuming job and my fingers got tired quickly. LOL!


To start out, I got a six-pack of plastic hangers at Dollar Tree. It only cost me a dollar. What a good price! To make the wrapping easier, I cut off the small hooks inside the hanger, using a nipper. Then I sliced the jelly roll strip in half lengthwise, which yielded 44″ length x 1.5″ width. After that, I began wrapping the strip very tightly around the hanger so that the fabric wouldn’t come loose. I secured the fabric with some score tape on the initial and final wraps and a couple of points in between.



I love the way they turned out. The floral patterns give my hangers a refreshing and vigorous feeling. And the short loose threads look so natural and lovely! They will brighten up my closet for sure. By the way, to make my own fabric covered hangers I got inspired by this tutorial from Pie N’ The Sky.


I hope you enjoyed viewing the hangers and you find a little bit of inspiration.

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have a good night!

May Park


About May Park

Hello! My name is May Sukyong Park. I was born and raised in South Korea. I now live in beautiful Southern California with my wonderful husband and two adorable cats. I had not enjoyed any arts and crafts until I was first introduced to stamping by my friend in 2010. Then I started scrapbooking, and slowly moved in to making cards. It became my biggest hobby where I have found my passion when I started my blog in 2012. I love to create clean and simple cards based on creative designs and unusual ideas. I hope you enjoy your stay on my blog and get some inspiration.


  1. Lovely! They’re adorable.

    One question, though, securing with tape at the beginning and at the end, was that enough to make the fabric stay in place?

    • Oh, I forgot to add one more step I did. I secured the fabric with some score tape on the initial and final wraps and a couple of points in between. Thanks for asking me.

  2. Bashaer

    I love it……… Cute ;))

  3. These hangers are so pretty…. And I bet your blouse will not slip off! a double benefit……!
    thanks for sharing…. :)

    hugs x
    Crystelle Boutique

  4. Lovely! What a great way to dress up hangers and use up extra fabric!

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  6. Amazing things here. I’m very happy to see your post.
    Thank you so much and I am taking a look
    ahead to touch you. Will you please drop me a mail?

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