Feathers can be used for so many different effects when it comes to projects and crafts. Whether they add color and whimsy with bright feathered puffs, or a more lush, romantic touch, like using luxurious ostrich feathers, Paper Mart has a myriad assortment of feathers for crafts that will help you fashion the exact look and style you’ve been imagining for your latest project. With over 200 varieties of feathers ready to ship today, we will keep you well-supplied with everything you need.
There are so many fun, creative and inventive ways to use feathers for crafts. Some of the ideas we love include:
There are so many amazing and elegant ways to use feathers for crafts in the home. Gone are the days when feathers were simply kitschy or funky. Now, there are so many options to create truly stunning projects and crafts for your home using feathers of all kinds. Whether you are up for creating a more rustic, country look with neutral-colored pheasant feathers or rooster feathers, or want to amp up the drama with bright, vivid, and striking peacock feathers, we’re sure you’ll be inspired by our wide selection of feathers for crafts of all styles. Whether you are creating a unique feather wreath or including a few plumes in a vase for a hallway vignette, you’re sure to find something to fit your style and needs.
With their natural variation in size, shape, color, and texture, using feathers for crafts will ignite your creativity and help you make truly unique pieces of feather art. Guinea hen feathers can be great for fastening to hair accessories, jewelry, or headbands, while ostrich plumes can be the perfect trim for a hat. Wrapping a gift and want to add that little something special? Tuck or tie a few feathers into some ribbon, bow, or twine to add a pretty, slightly bohemian look to any package.
We all have memories of making paper turkeys during Thanksgiving with fun and colorful turkey feathers and glue, but kids can do so much more with feathers during craft time. Help them make their own fun feather pens, or a 1920s inspired headband. Whatever projects you and your kids come up with, you’ll soon discover that grown ups are definitely not the only ones who like to make something new with feather craft supplies.