To provide a focal point for the Blood Bar we created and hung a diy Gauze Garland that is both sinister and stylish.

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TO MAKE: You’ll need a white PVC pipe cut to the appropriate length for your table. Hang your pipe with fishing line in a convenient spot for assembly. You can use inexpensive gauze fabric by the yard cut it into strips, but rolled bandages would also work. Drape the strips of gauze over the pipe in varying lengths. Since gauze is see-through, you will need to keep layering on strips until you can no longer see the pipe. Once you’re satisfied with the arrangement of your gauze strips, apply a strong adhesive (we used E6000 glue) to the gauze along the top of the pipe and allow it to soak through the fabric to the pipe.

Missed a day? You can see all of the Blood Bar here. Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.

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