There’s two things I know for certain:
- La Croix water is sooooo addictive
- Garland makes everything better (well, almost)
Make today a celebration of what makes you happy! I recycled an empty La Croix box into bright, spunky deco for the walls of my ever evolving craft room. If you think color isn’t a powerful motivator, think again!
How I Made My Garland
First, you’ll need a pattern to trace. I chose a simple flag pattern, and proceed to sketch it out on paper. When I was happy with that, I cut out my sketch from paper. I then set it aside and deconstructed my box. Once broken down, I traced as many of my flag patterns as I could fit. I then cut them out and hole punched each flag. Stringing them together is easy; I secured the string to each flag with cello tape as I went along.
And that’s it! It’s a fast project that brightens up my sewing room. Heck, I’ve got three more boxes of La Croix, so Husband may come home one day to dozens of garland pieces!
And while we’re on the subject, remember to drink plenty of water!
Let’s hit the ground running this week!