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anthropologie and diy with ticket rolls

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I was doing a little bit of holiday shopping in Soho this weekend and my friend and I went into Anthropologie. They always have great decorations, everyone knows that. I was especially excited to see what they have done with admit one tickets!

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They had this beautiful bed setup with a nightstand full of books and a canopy made of tickets flowing from the ceiling on to the bed. Looking at it closely, it looks like they just used a zig-zag stitch on the sewing machine and connected a ton of tickets. What a fun and easy project!

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After seeing this, I wondered if there are any other admit ticket projects out there. I found this one – The Ticket Roll Bowl – which would make a great christmas present!

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The tutorial is really as easy as it looks. Just push out the tickets to make a bowl!

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Intrigued by these projects? We sell ticket rolls on our site!

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P.S. Ticket rolls would be a fun garland on your christmas tree, don’t you think?

One Response to anthropologie and diy with ticket rolls

  1. The ticket-bowl is great! Although, I’ve used Mod Podge on puzzles and I’m not sure how well it would hold up to grease or heavy use – although I haven’t ever tried the hard coat type pictured – will have to get some. If it will hold better, it could have some neat applications.