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DIY Cinnamon Stick Garland

I’m already itching to make the cinnamon stick garland seen earlier in Sarah Park‘s Apple Orchard Wedding Inspiration shoot – can you imagine how amazing it would smell around the house as the holidays get nearer? Luckily Sarah’s here to give us some tips on how to make this garland, and lucky for us it’s easy as pumpkin pie!

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From the stylist, Sarah of Sarah Park Events: Our DIY project for this shoot was inspired by one of the main ingredients in our fall desserts and drinks – cinnamon sticks. To add a little more fall flair into the design, we made a cinnamon stick garland and used it in our dessert and escort card station. A simple DIY project but definitely a statement piece that smells great!

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For this project, you will need:
-cinnamon sticks
-twine
-scissors

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Instructions:
1. Take a cinnamon stick and lay it on top of a long piece of twine.

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2. Tie a knot around the cinnamon stick (No double knotting necessary)

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3. Take another cinnamon stick and tie it closely to the first piece.

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4. Repeat until you’re happy with the length of the garland.

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Photos by Nessa K Photography / Tutorial and Design by Sarah Park Events

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