Thank you SO much for the wonderful tutorial, Carly! Your garlands would add a festive touch to any gathering!
June 17th, 2011 § 8 comments
We’re excited to have our first guest blogger, Carly Robertson from Paper In Bloom. She created fabulous paper garlands using Divine Twine that she recently featured at her twin daughters’ birthday party. Welcome Carly!
Paper Garland Project by Carly Robertson
This is a super easy and fun paper garland project. First, you’ll need to gather your supplies. You’ll need 3 different sizes of circle punches, pattern paper, coloured bakers twine and glue.
Next, punch out plenty of different sized circle shapes from the pattern paper and sort in groups of small, medium and large.
Then glue two same sized circle punched shapes together with the coloured bakers twine in between them. Repeat until you have the garland length desired.
Lastly, hang your garland and you’re done! How easy is that!