Pop Corn Garland
Pop Corn Garland
Christmas Craft Ideas - Pop Corn Garland
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- Fresh cranberries
- Thick Thread
- Think Needle
This beautiful pop corn garland can be made easily. It is one of the most traditional craft that can be home made. Children would love to assist in the preparation of a pop corn garland. All the materials needed to make this garland are available in home. It is a low cost, attractive craft to make. The garland can be hung in the Christmas tree and beautify it. Once the Christmas tree is dismantled the pop corn garland can be removed and the pop corn can be used to feed the birds. When the entire family gets together to prepare
The garland it would be fun. The garland can also be used as a decorative material in any functions. The garland can also be rolled and made as a ball. So let us get started.
Step 1: The pop corn that is going to be used in the garland should not be salted or buttered. Immediately after popping the corn don’t garland it. This is because hot, crispy, buttered pop corn would crumble and becomes powder. Allow the pop corn to get stale so that it can be used.
Step 2: Take a long thick thread. Needle the thread. Tie a knot on one end of the thread.
Step 3: Let the needle be thick. Insert the pop corn into the needle and allow it to glide till it reaches the knot.
Step 4: After the pop corn cranberry can be then be threaded. Alternate cranberry and pop corn would make the garland colorful. The garland can also follow other pattern.
- Parental supervision is recommended since the kids are using sharp needles.
- The thread should be considerably thick. The thread can be serrated with any lubricant.
- This helps both pop corn and cranberry to glide easily on the thread. It reduces the chances of the thread breaking during the process.
- One pop corn garland and one cranberry garland can be threaded alternatively. This forms another pattern.
- After Christmas the garland can be removed. Children can be made to wander in the lawn and garland the shrubs with it to beautify it. The kids would be thrilled to see small birds feeding on the pop corn and enjoying it.
Try this craft and bring back our age old traditions alive. It is far more exciting to manually do such crafts than purchasing it in shop and beautifying the Christmas tree