Chain Garland Tutorial
Step 1: Print off the Bunco printable on heavy cardstock. I get my white heavy cardstock at Wal-Mart. It is by Georgia Pacific and is 110 lb weight paper. (I printed off a lot of these Bunco circles!) Make sure you have extra ink cartridges on hand!
Step 2: Using my Marvy Uchida 3.5 inch punch (purchased at Hobby Lobby), I punched out the printed circles.
Step 3: Using my new Scotch laminator that I purchased at Wal-Mart, I laminated all the circles. I LOVE this laminator, and I love laminating!!! (The machine was about $25.)
Step 4: With scissors, cut out all the circles.
Step 5: Now, using ribbon I already had, I hot glued circles to the ribbon at even increments. I basically sandwiched the ribbon between two circles. This chain is going in my front door garland, so I wanted images on either side just in case if the (who am I kidding, I live in Oklahoma) WHEN the wind blows you will still see images from either side. It was handy using the polka dot ribbon. I just counted the dots to have even spacing between each bunco circle. Now just repeat this process over and over. I probably made close to 30 feet of chain garland. Will I need that much? I don't know. It all depends on how it hangs on the garland. We will soon see!
Check back tomorrow for the bunco front door video, and see how this turned out!!!
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