Make a Christmas white star garland with Lise Petermann

Christmas is coming ! It's time to think about decoration. Need any help ? Follow Lise Petermann's instructions in order to make a white star garland, she's a talented designer from Forcalquier in Provence.
By Lise Petermann

Born on December 24, Lise Petermann was destined to be a fan of Christmas decorations. Brooches, necklaces, hair clips… this creative uses everyday things to make her pieces. Today she's teaching us how to make a beautiful white star garland.

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L'Atelier Petites Series
1, Place Saint-Michel
04300 Forcalquier
http://lisepiecesuniques.blogspot.fr
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Step 1 :
Step 1 :

You will need :

-A star hole punch (very easy to find)

-Some paper

-String (here gold is used for the holidays), a needle 

Photography : José Nicolas
Step 2 :
Step 2 :

Cut out the stars using the hold punch. Cut a long length of string if you would like to make a long garland

Pass the needle through two points on each star. Delicately space the star along the string.

Repeat until there are stars along the length of the garland. 

Photography : José Nicolas
Step 3 :
Step 3 :

It’s done! All you have to do is place it on your tree!

Photography : José Nicolas

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