African juju hats have been a popular part of modern decor for the past few years. The big feather headdresses open into a circle that bring color and interesting texture as wall art. However, a real juju hat will set you back a couple of hundred dollars.
However Jared and Hollie Keller of Vintage Farm Furniture devised a way to make a DIY version of an African juju hat for about $60.
The Kellers used two large feather masks, which they dismantled then glued the feathers to a Walmart placemat. They used additional feathers to fill in the middle of the placemat.
Get the full tutorial at Vintage Farm Furniture.