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Star Garland

Posted by  ·  June 30, 2009  ·  Last Updated: June 30, 2009

I plan to hang these festive stars over our tables on Saturday.


If you have a Cricut use the Stand Up and Salute Cartridge for the open star cut to 7 1/2 inches. For the smaller blue star hanging at the bottom I used the Plantin Cartridge for the star cut at 4inches. The larger red star was another Plantin star cut at 7 1/2 inches

Don’t have a Cricut–no worries print out these stars for a template!

Double Star Garland Template

I left a long tail of thread (so I would have something to hang it with) and began sewing the stars together with the sewing machine with a long stitch length.


For the three dimensional star cut two large stars with the Plantin Cartridge cut at 7 1/2″.  On one star cut a slit from the top to the middle and on the second star cut a slit from the bottom to the middle.

star Slip the two stars together. I used just a touch of hot glue at the top and the bottom of the star to fasten the two stars together and keep them open and in place.

Here is a template.

Three Dimensional Hanging Star Garland


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  3. Laura
    Monday, July 6th, 2009
    Thanks for the templates! Too fun!
  4. Wednesday, July 1st, 2009
    These are very cute! They look easy to make too, which is good! Cricuts have got to be the best invention ever! I am going to have to try these, thanks for posting!
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  6. Tuesday, June 30th, 2009
    What a great idea! I was stressing about making a fabric one but now I will do this. I ran out of time because Canada Day is also coming up and I had to make a banner for my husband. Thanks!
  7. Tuesday, June 30th, 2009
    Adorable!! I love all your creative ideas!!