Can you guess from what inexpensive material this starburst was made?
So, I am a little obsessed (ok more like, a lot) with vintage sunbursts, starbursts, whatever you like to call them, wall art. I own some brass urchins that hang on my home office wall as well as a funky vintage starburst hanging planter that hangs on my bedroom wall. Oh, and a West Elm mirrored starburst hangs above my stove. I even collect a certain brand of vintage mid-century dinnerware in a pattern called Franciscan Starburst:
You might think that’d satisfy me, but that is sooo not the case… I had the brilliant (if I do say so myself) idea of doing an installation of starbursts on one very empty wall in my home. So, being an interior design intern, this working for free thing is constantly keeping me budget conscious, I have been brainstorming lots of ways of creating some starbursts that are super duper cheap and awesome…. And I love my newest clothespin (oh yeah!!) creation to begin the installation!
So, if you love it too… here’s all you need:
Supplies and Tools (under $10):
And here’s what you do:
Hang this fabulous creation on the wall (you can connect the hoops with wire like I did or you can just scatter them on the wall if you so desire)!
And this could also be pretty awesome as a table centerpiece with a pillar candle set in the center (perfect for the coming holidays!) or you can set a round mirror in the center!