How to Make Paper Rocket Garland

Making garlands looks utterly fun. They are festive, fun, and easy to make. They make a great gift, and you can customize them easily.

If you have a little child in your house, stars, rockets, and spaceships are probably a favorite.

Ingredients:

STEP 1

Cut out your prints with a scalpel and print the back too.

STEP 2

Take two identical prints. In the first print, you cut a vertical line from the center to top, and in the second print, you cut a vertical line from the center down.

STEP 3

Fold your cut out prints together.

STEP 4

The easiest way is to hang a cord in the right room and the right place where the garland is supposed to be. We used a fancy pale blue knitted wire and a shiny thread.

STEP 6

Assemble together & done!

DIY Details

Avg. Duration

1 hour

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