Remember the Venn diagrams you used to make in grade school? That’s what inspired this garland! Use vellum and cardstock to make this quick and simple garland – perfect for a casual spring brunch. (They look really pretty when hung in the window, too!)
Supplies: Vellum, matching cardstock, thin string, needle, scissors (optional: circle punch, die cut machine)
Step 1: Cut lots of 2″ circles out of your vellum and cardstock – this is a lot quicker if you have a die cut machine or a 2″ circle punch, but you could also trace a circle and cut each out by hand.
Step 2: Thread the string through the needle. Carefully poke a hole in the top of each circle and slide it down the thread. Repeat as necessary.