The critters around our tree could have foraged for the walnuts, acorns, and almonds we fashioned into all-natural garlands.
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How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Tie a bow in twine. Attach a nut to bow with hot glue. Move 4 to 7 inches down twine and add another bow and nut. Repeat for length of twine, alternating walnuts, almonds, and acorns. (To secure acorns, hot-glue cap onto acorn, then add a dot of hot glue to stem and tie twine around it.)


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