You absolutely loved the DIY upcycled paper flower chandelier from the above, but I got a lot of requests to show how we made the green garland in the photo as well. I will say, making the garland out of paper was one of our smarter moves as we can now use it for multiple […]
These rustic garlands mimic the delicate way that leaves flutter down from the trees this time of year. I originally intended to string them in scalloped swoops against the wall, but we found that they looked even prettier when we brought them by the light of the window, so we dangled them verticall
I started the transition to fall at our house this week, despite the 90º temperatures that still keep screaming that it’s summer! But Labor Day has come and gone, so it’s time! And since it’s been a little while since I shared a crafty how-to around here, I decided it was a good time for […]
Fabric Woodland Leaf GarlandA beautiful hand loomed cotton quilted leaf garland for a botanical nursery, or playroom decor. This is not a toy.
Made from handloomed cotton. Washing instructions: hand wash or surface sponge wash separately.Fair trade certified.100% handloomed cotton, eco friendly dyes.
Washing instructions: hand wash or surface sponge wash separately.nullLength is about 50cm including the string.
Green Felt leaves with wooden beads Each leaf is made from a soft green felt leaves .length of garland is 150 cm. They would look fantastic hanging from a mirror, over a fireplace or in a child's bedroom hanging over a curtain pole, from a shelf or twisted around the top of a teepee or anywhere
This leaf garland project can be used along with a lesson about leaves. Threading the leaves helps develop fine motor skills in young kids. This craft is great for kids in preschool, kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade.