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How to frame a scarf

  1. other-option says:

    Great post! I'd love to what it looks like when hung on the wall.
    – Danielle

  2. Scientific Housewife says:

    Looks great!

  3. María says:

    It is stunning! Thanks so much for sharing and congratulations for your blog.

  4. leanne says:

    wow, great idea – i've never thought of doing that and I love gorgeous scarves. That is a definite to-do – thank you! x

  5. Christine {bijouandboheme} says:

    Looks gorgeous! I have been compiling a folder of favourite vera scarves as well but was unsure of how I would get the right frame size- Thanks so much for the link to the custom framing place- fabulous!

  6. Lissa @ After Adornment says:

    Love this idea! Beautiful scarf as well!!!!

  7. Shannon @ Sit.Relax.Gossip. says:

    I'm definitely bookmarking this! Now I'm on the hunt for my own Vera scarf.

  8. coolkids says:

    great tips!!!!It looks wonderful!

  9. Laura Casey Interiors says:

    Super DIY idea! Finished product looks great.

  10. Full House says:

    I am a fan of this. Love your Vera scarf to!

  11. Chic 'n Cheap Living says:

    Thank you SO MUCH for this tip! I have started collecting Hermes scarves and have wondered how I was going to frame some of them!

  12. Design Elements says:

    great post! greatings from Germany

  13. LiveLikeYou says:

    What a great idea. Maybe that's what I should do with all my scarves forgotten in drawers. You're the master of DIY's!!!!

  14. Lavender and Lilies says:

    Great idea! You make everything look so easy.

  15. Sarah says:

    love the scarf colors.

  16. Mrs. Chic says:

    So pretty, when you mentioned this last week, I was wondering is you going to turn into a pillow scarf or frame it?

    Then I thought if you frames it, is she doing the entire thing our a square? Good to see its possible to frame the entire scarf and have it look so amazing

  17. Love Where You LIve says:

    What a very cool idea!!!

  18. Mackenzie {Design Darling} says:

    Thank you for this! I wish I'd known about their site before having a custom frame made for my own Vera treasure 🙂

  19. Pink Wallpaper says:

    very cute!!

  20. Paris in Pink says:

    This is SUCH a creative idea. Love it! Great blog, by the way 🙂 Paris in Pink

  21. Beau lifestyle says:

    nice idea, i wonder if i have a scarf pretty enough to place it in a frame…

  22. Lynda says:

    I just framed three scarves using this tutorial. The frames are great in particular. But, we ended up basting the scarves onto the foamcore using transparent thread. We figured it would eliminate any sagging. Thanks so much!

    • effortless says:

      Oh great idea! I’m so bad with a needle and thread that pinning it in the corners is what worked for me. Would love to see your scarves! xo, C

  23. Michele says:

    I came across this post while trying to figure out how to frame a scarf I just picked up while on vacation. THANK YOU for sharing this idea! I followed the directions exactly as you said and it came out beautifully! The pinning is a bit delicate and you have to be super careful not to let the scarf pop off the cut pins while you’re securing the frame. But let me tell you, I went to the frame store and they quoted me $1800!!!!!! I paid a little over $100, so it goes without saying, this is definitely the budget-friendly version. But still looks beautiful! I wish I could post a photo here for you to see.

    • effortless says:

      Yay! So happy it helped!

    • crystal says:

      I am dealing with the same thing for a hermes scarf I just bought on vacation! Does the poster frame come with a hanging kit on the back? And did you give the exact dims of the scarf (even though you lost a little of the edge when pinning?) Looking forward to saving $1000 for this DIY project!

      • effortless says:

        It does come with a hanging kit. I can’t remember if I gave them the exact dimensions. Sorry! I’m assuming I ordered the exact size and that the scarf just stretched a little when I was pinning it down.

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