How to Create a Decorative Picture Garland

February 19, 2012 at 5:58 am | Posted in Craft Corner, Photography | Leave a comment
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Hi Guys! Imikimi Team here and we’ve got a great craft to share with you today!

If you’re always the person who loves to decorate for parties or just loves to show off your pictures in a different way, this is the project for you! We’re going to be making a Picture Garland today. A Picture Garland is a long line of pictures held up by a piece of yarn or string. They’re great for placing any wall that just needs a bit of sprucing up! So here’s how you do it:

Materials

  • Paper
  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Hole Punch
  • Yarn
  • Tack or nail (or just any way to secure your Kimi to the wall)

Now with this project, you’ll need to make several Kimis (as many as you like!). For my garland, I’ll only be using 4 Kimis.

Go ahead and print your Kimis out.


Now take your hole punch and punch a hole in both of the top corners of your Kimis. See the example below:


Once you have hole punched the top corners of each Kimi, run your yarn through the first hole of each Kimi and out the other hole. It’s best to run the yarn in from front to back so the yarn won’t be completely exposed. Check out the example below:




Use your tacks to hang your garland on the wall. Now you’ll be able to situate your Kimi’s any way you please.



All done! You should now have a beautiful picture garland hanging over your couch, bed, or anywhere you want!

Thanks for tuning in and we’ll see you next week with another great Imikimi craft!

Best Wishes,
The Imikimi Team


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