A simple summer garland...looks pretty across your favorite window or above a frame.
and cappuccino), pretty fabric scraps, fabric scissors and a glue stick.
I used two feet of twine for each. Cut the fabric pieces from the fold that is already in your fabric or create a fold and iron it flat. Once you cut the folded pieces they easily lay over the twine and a dab of glue holds the pieces together. The tops are still loose so the fabric pieces can move along the twine.
I strung mine outside and loved how the colorful happy garlands danced and fluttered.
These would make a lovely decoration for a party or wrapped around a gift.
Happy Summer decorating and hand-making with TWINE!
Created by: Stacey Winters