Time: 40 minutes
Materials: wooden triangles, twine, wood stain, brush, sealer
I find myself fortunate to live with a man who let’s me glitter dip and paint everything hot pink until my heart’s content. Really, he’s a saint. To balance things out in our home, as well as on this blog, I decided to mix things up a bit with a DIY Wooden Garland. If you have the time and tools, you can cut the wood yourself, but I found the pre-cut & pre-drilled triangles at Michael’s for around .19¢ a piece. Talk about a steal!
Gather your materials and head to a well ventilated area.
Open your wood stain and stir. You won’t need much for this project, so the smallest can you can find will be okay.
Apply a thin layer of stain to the wooden triangle, including the sides. If you apply too much, just wipe with an old rag or paper towel. Once dry, seal with a coat of polyurethane.
String pieces onto twine when completely dry. If you decided to use another material that’s thinner than twine, you may need to secure each triangle with knots. Hang & enjoy!