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You know what these felt mountains aren’t? Dog toys.
You know what is great about making a felt mountain garland, besides the fact that it is entirely adorable and awesome? IT HAS TWO LEVELS OF LAZY. That’s what we call the lazy customization factor.

Posted by Cassandra L. from Seattle, Washington, United States • Published See Cassandra L.'s 9 projects »
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  • How to make a garland. Felt Mountain Garland - Step 1
    Step 1

    Take one of your gray triangles and glue your snowcap to the top, but be careful not to go all the way to the edges if you are going to sew them together. Let dry.

  • How to make a garland. Felt Mountain Garland - Step 2
    Step 2

    Stich or glue the two gray triangles with the wrong sides together, leaving a one-inch space in the middle of one of the sides. If you are sewing, you can see in the photo that I didn’t go through the snow layer, which is why you don’t want to glue all the way to the edges. You could also sew the snow on with some white embroidery thread before putting it together.

  • Step 3

    Stuff your mountains with polyfil, and close up the gap

  • How to make a garland. Felt Mountain Garland - Step 4
    Step 4

    DIRECTIONS FOR GARLAND

    Make more felt mountains.
    String them together.
    Hang it somewhere.

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