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garland trees

Posted by fortescuegal (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 21, 08 at 22:18

Some years back I made trees from wire coat hangers and garland. I misplaced the instructions. Can anyone help?


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RE: garland trees

it's been several (!) years, but hope this helps: using 3 wire hangers, insert into each other until you get a basic 'tree' formation (make take a bit). Secure with tape. Wrap the garland & lights, if desired, around the wire frame. Can't remember how I secured the garland....with wire ties from bread bags, maybe. Sorry this isn't any better....maybe it'll help a "little" bit!


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RE: garland trees

It kinda sounds like ones I've seen made from tomato cages and garland and lights. I'll try to find some ideas.


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RE: garland trees

I think this are the directions your looking for
http://www.allfreecrafts.com/phprint.php


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