I also looped twine through two holes that were punched in the leaves on the top. I told you fall has simple projects, fake leaves, paint, and a hold puncher. This garland is the best of fall with it’s simplicity and leaf ‘centric loveliness.
I set it in a wall in my dining room and laying against this mirror it looks so great! I had originally had this hanging in the window in our kitchen and study area. But the space just kind of overtook this little garland. Figuring out a good place to place a garland can be just as important as making it. Finding a place to let it shine and make sense within the space is key.