This year I wanted to keep my Halloween decor simple, just adding little touches that gave a subtle hint to the upcoming Holiday. Today I’m showing you the Halloween Bakers Twine Garland I made for my mantle.
I orginally saw this idea over at Lolly Jane last year for Christmas.
2. Apply glue with your brush or toothpick to the styrofoam ball in the area where you are starting. Glue as you go since it dries.
3. Begin wrapping your bakers twine in a circular patter around the ball, gluing as you go. Be sure to press firmly too.
4. When you get to the end either secure another knot and pin it in to the styrofoam ball again or glue it down.
5. For the yarn decorated balls, I just simply wrapped it to look like a black spider web on the ball and pinned the ends in place.
6. Using a long wooden skewer or long embroidery needle string your decorated balls on to either twine or embroidery floss.
I love this! So adorable. And you can make it so many different ways.
Lolly Jane says
Super cute, girl! XO
Tanya Runkle says
Love!! Great colors, pretty and perfect 🙂
This is adorable! I have SO much baker’s twine (thanks, Pick Your Plum) that I really need to start using. Thanks for the inspiration!
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Oh WOW Love the garland Rebecca!!
Nancy Bandzuch says
The baker’s twine looks so cool when it is wrapped around like that…almost forms a design. Very nice.