Saturday, December 11, 2010
First of all, I am so thankful to all of our readers! We have had such an overwhelming response in the past couple of weeks! What I am posting today is a how-to on making a snowflake garland, which can be hung anywhere in your home! It will add that extra-special wintry feeling to your home or office and can be left up even after the holidays!
For those of you who read the last post on the Martha Stewart Craft Show, I was inspired to make this craft from there! I purchased a snowflake paper punch and went to town! I hope you enjoy this idea!
1. Cut a thread that is long enough for your liking.
2. Punch a bunch of snowflakes with your craft punch.
3. Sandwich two of the snowflakes with glue between a piece of thread and space them neatly and evenly down the thread to create a garland.
4. Paint your paper snowflakes with glue and sprinkle with glitter to cover the snowflake.
5. Repeat the process until all the snowflakes are covered front and back.
***This process takes some time, that is why my garland is not posted as complete yet. Stay tuned and hopefully, I will post the finished product soon. My garland is going to hang vertically, however, you can make one that hangs in a swag-like fashion as well. ***
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