Fall Garland Project

It’s the first day of November and I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to transition from Halloween to traditional fall decor around my home. I love this simple garland (via Fun.kyti.me) made from Indian corn, twine and burlap.

This is a no-sew project that requires hot glue, a couple eyelet screws, and a wood stapler. You can  hang it across a mantle, entryway, or empty corner to inspire the festive autumn feeling of November.

Fall Garland with Indian Corn and Burlap Triangles, Photo by: Sibylle @Fun.kyti.me

Click the photo to see the full instructions. It’s a simple, quick project that you can customize for any location.

Photo by: Sybille @Fun.kyti.me

Do you have any great decorating projects to take you through November? I’d love to hear about them over here!

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