The second farmhouse style fall home decor project I have created this fall is this pretty wood bead garland. My sweet aunt went to heaven months ago, and I offered to take some of her huge collection of costume jewelry. She had several long wood bead necklaces that I used to make this long garland. It is such a versatile garland that I will be able to keep it out year-round to have a special reminder of my aunt.
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I added my garland to this farmhouse fall display with the wood bead tassels I shared earlier this week. The garland is neutral enough that I will use it with my Christmas decorations too. Where would you use a farmhouse style wood garland?
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- Wooden beads – find necklaces at the thrift store or buy new
- Baker’s twine
- RyaTie starter kit
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