I said I was going to make one of these and I finally got it done! I got my inspiration from here.
I LOVE how it turned out and it was so simple to make.
This garland is so easy to make!
The base of the garland is a large piece of ribbon about 2 inches wide. To make the garland all you need is some fabric to make the garland itself. Rip your fabric into strips and then cut the strips to be about 5-6 inches long. Then just tie each piece of fabric onto your ribbon base until you like the look of it. I made mine really full because I had a lot of fabric scraps.
To make the “XO’s” and the hearts, I bought some wood letters and hearts from my local craft store that cost about .75 cents and my husband drilled a small hole in the corner of each letter and heart so that I could tie a ribbon to hang them. To decorate the letters, just use some mod podge to apply some scrapbook paper to the letters and embellish with buttons and ribbon! To finish just hang your letters and hearts with some ribbon and your done! So easy!
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I am participating in Get Your Craft On at Today’s Creative Blog , Talented Tuesday at My Fruagl Family, Show and Tell Wednesday at Blue Cricket Design, SYS with Somewhat Simple and Do it yourself day at A Soft Place To Land