How to Make a Sequined Snowflake Garland
Handmade sequined balls and bright cutout snowflakes hung on clear monofilament create a festive holiday party backdrop.
- By Michelle Edgemont; Photography by Moss & Isaac
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String a 30-inch piece of monofilament onto the sewing needle. Start with the sequin ball by threading the monofilament through a top section of it. Then, thread on some color sequins and snowflakes in a random pattern. Tip: Keep a few inches of monofilament between each decoration, it will help the garland look more natural when you’re done.
Leave 5 inches of monofilament at the end of the garland for hanging.
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