Thursday, October 10, 2013


I'm excited about this easy Fall craft from my contributors, Sarah and Emily, from the blog Boxwood Clippings. They have great taste and are always coming up with simple and chic DIY projects. 

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Hi Everyone! It's finally autumn, and today we're happy to share this DIY glittery leaf garland to spruce up your house for the season.

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You'll need a bag of artificial leaves, which we bought from the Dollar Tree, but any craft store should carry them. Next use a paintbrush to apply Elmer's glue to each leaf and then sprinkle glitter over the leaf. Let the glue set and then shake off the excess glitter.
Next punch a hole at the top of each leaf and attach a ribbon that you can tie to a large ribbon strand.
These leaves are so shimmery and will add a little sparkle to your home for the upcoming months. It would also be a great project to do with kiddos, a little glitter ending up on their faces is always a good thing :)
-Sarah and Emily




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