Introduction: Pinecone Garland
My daughter's and I made a country pinecone garland for our porch this Christmas.
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Step 1: Materials
*Strips of Holiday fabric (read/green/white)
*pinecones 10-15 (depends on the length of the garland you are making)
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Step 2: Tying on the Christmas
1. Large Twine
-cut the large twine the desired length of the garland you need.
-Tie the large twine like a closeline across a room to make it easier to hang the items on it. Or lay it on the floor.
-cut fabric into 1 inch x 4 inch pieces.
- Tie the fabric strips along the twine every 6 inches.
-Cut the small twine into 4 inch pieces.
-tie the twine around the pinecone into a knot, leaving the ends loose
-tie the pinecones on to the large closeline of twine.
Add the bells or whatever else you want.... Spacing them out along the closeline twine.
**We also made a garland for the steps and added cinnamon sticks, pinecones, bells, fabric and lights.
Step 3: Hang
I hung my garland along the front of the house with some fake pine. I also have some white lights I have to add.
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Homemade Gifts Contest 2015