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Yummy Smelling And Pretty DIY Cinnamon Stick Tree Ornaments

Tue, Dec 10, 2013 | DIY Projects | By Irina

It’s only few weeks before Christmas, and it’s time to enjoy this wonderful time of the year making homemade ornaments, gifts, sweets and more! I’m glad to share with you one more super fun and easy ornament tutorial that you can make with your kid. Prepare 3” cinnamon sticks, ¾” Canadian pine garland, assorted buttons, glue gun, wire cutters, twine or hemp cord and ruler. Begin with cutting 7” pieces of twine and 1”, 2”, 2-1/2” pieces of Canadian pine garland with wire cutters. Glue pines from the shortest to the longest one to the cinnamon stick and glue the twine to its back. Then decorate your little Christmas tree by gluing on buttons, glitter, sequins and whatever else you like. Hang somewhere and enjoy the smell!

Reference: craftsunleashed

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