Fourth of July Honeycomb Tissue Garland Globes

When a honeycomb garland is cut in half, the flat side will sit flush against a serving piece. One long garland yields several bands.

Photography: Johnny Miller

Source: Martha Stewart



    Honeycomb garland


    Double-sided tape


  • Scissors

  • Double-sided tape


  1. Cut each flattened garland on both sides of the center hole, as shown; discard center.

  2. Divide garland into lengths that wrap around your serving dishes by peeling apart paper layers. If garland pieces are taller than your serving dishes, trim top and bottom points.

  3. Use double-sided tape to secure garland ends.


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