Stroller Garland

Your little one will love stroller time with this adorable garland - and mom will love that it keeps them busy ;) Our Stroller Garland DIY Kits have everything you need for this Tutorial! You can purchase them here, or you can pick your own supplies out using the list below.

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Supplies Needed


Step by Step Instructions

1. Take your cording and melt the ends slightly using a lighter. This will help make threading your beads easier and prevent fraying.

How to make a Stroller Garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

2. Fold your cording in half, pull one of your ends so it is 8” longer than the other one.

How to make a Stroller Garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

3. Loop your cording onto your Stroller Clip Attachment, ensuring it is pulled tight.

How to make a Stroller Garland - Cara & Co TutorialsHow to make a Stroller Garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

4. Tie a knot 1/4” away from the Stroller Clip Attachment.

How to make a stroller garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

5. Thread one 30mm beech round bead over both ends of the cord, and slide it all the way over the knot to hide it.

How to make a stroller garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

6. Thread both ends of your cord into your needle and start threading your silicone beads on. Thread in the following order: 2 x 19mm round silicone, 1 x  beech hexagon, 2 x 19mm round silicone, 1 x beech hexagon, 2 x 19mm round silicone, 1 x beech hexagon, 2 x 19mm round silicone. You should have a total of 12 beads threaded at this point.

How to make a stroller garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

7. Take two of your Maple Wood Rings and also thread them on to the strand, followed by your second 30mm Beech Round Bead. Because the Wood Rings won’t fit over the 30mm Beech Bead, it's important not to miss this step.

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8. Continue threading the following: 2 x 19mm silicone round, 1 x beech hexagon, 2 x 19mm silicone round, 1 x beech hexagon, 2 x 19mm silicone round, 1 x beech hexagon, 1 x 19mm silicone round.

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9. Thread on your remaining two Maple Wood Rings.

How to make a stroller garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

10. Remove your crafting needle and separate your strands. On the longer strand, thread on your last 19mm silicone round bead followed by your 30mm Beech Round. Your shorter cord should be sticking out between your last 2 silicone beads. This is where we will later secure and hide our knot.

How to make a stroller garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

11. Make a loop with your longest end of the cord, and slip your stroller clip on it.

How to make a stroller garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

12. Tightly hold that loop in one hand, and gently pull your other end of the garland through the loop, all the way back to the stroller clip.

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13. Adjust the cording till the stroller clip is as snug as possible to the wood bead.

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14. Thread your cord back through the 30mm Beech Wood Bead and the first silicone bead until both cords are between your last 2 silicone beads.

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15. Tightly tie a double or triple knot, lightly burning the knot with a lighter to slightly melt it together.

How to make a stroller garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

16. Once the knot is cool, thread one of your strings with your crafting needle. Carefully, thread your needle through one of the beads beside your current double knot.  (You may need pliers to help you get the needle through!)

How to make a stroller garland - Cara & Co Tutorials

17. Pull your threaded cord all the way through that bead, carefully pulling that knot into the bead to help hide it.

18. You should have a string on each side of this bead. Trim them carefully, and use your lighter to melt the ends back that may be sticking out.

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We hope you enjoyed this tutorial and as always, we LOVE to see your creations! If you followed along and made your own, then be sure to tag us on instagram using the hashtag #createdwithcarasupply

Happy Crafting!

Xo

- the girls

 

 

*The products, materials, and supplies sold by Cara & Co. Silicone Craft Supply are intended for use by adults and should never be left unattended with a child.

**Stroller garland is only to be assembled by and adult. The finished stroller garland is NOT intended to be used as a stand-alone toy. Never leave a baby or child unsupervised with this product and do NOT attach to cribs, playpens or car seats while in a vehicle.

***Small objects and beads can present choking hazards to young children. Never leave a child unattended with beads or other products. Always dispose of any damaged product. No product is completely indestructible, and fully formed teeth could potentially damage product if chewed aggressively, so responsible attentiveness is needed for any user or purchaser. Customers should always inspect and monitor their products, discontinuing use at the first sight of damage.

****Once our products have been sold and shipped to our customers, Cara & Co Silicone Craft Supply Inc., waives all responsibility and liability from the use of our products. Customers are responsible that their final products made from our supplies meet the appropriate safety requirements for their region. Our buyers understand that by purchasing our products or using suggestions from the above tutorial, the buyer assumes any and all responsibility and liability for the use of the products.

*****Cords, clasps and pacifier clips are not intended to be chewed on and may present choking hazards.


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