Thanksgiving will be here before we know it! Do you decorate for it or jump right to Christmas? Today’s craft is a super easy, quick, low budget craft! I am sharing my fall front table that I decorated last year. My cute turkey only comes out for November. But, he is one of my favorite parts of the table.
Last year I found felt leaves at the Target dollar spot. I knew right away I wanted to create a fun, fall leaf garland with them.
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The first larger set of leaves had slits pre-cut in them to be able to slide them together to make a 3D display.
Simply use baker’s twine and feed it through the cut out holes in the leaves. Space them apart and hang.
The second smaller set of felt leaves were solid.
I used my Crop-o-Dile to punch two small holes at the top of each leaf.
And, like the first garland, I strung them all together using my bakers twine.
Note: These holes were much smaller, so to make it easier you can use a large eye needle with your twine, or you can wrap the end with a small amount of clear tape to create a point to be able to easily thread your twine through the holes.
This project took me about 10 minutes total to make and hang up. It is festive and adds a little something extra to my display.
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