To start the garland I tied a double knot in one end of my jute twine leaving a small loop on the end to use for hanging.
I found the eggs and the wood beads at Hobby Lobby. You don’t have to use these specific items but you will want to make sure the eggs you use have a string attached to them so they can hang from the garland. I did three wood beads and then one of the eggs for my pattern but you could certainly change it up for a different look.
Once I had all of my eggs and beads strung, I then tied a loop on this end just as I did on the other end of the garland. This turned out adorable! You could also add some tassels to each end of the garland if desired!
*Burlap-I used 3 different colors from Hobby Lobby
Start out by cutting your ribbon and your burlap into strips. The longer the strips the fuller your garland will be. I cut my buffalo check ribbon into roughly 7 inch strips and my burlap pieces were a little shorter as I just kept them the width of the roll so I would say they were around 5 inches.
Once you have all of your strips cut you are ready to begin the fun part. I started my garland off with a wood bead and then alternated with 3 pieces of burlap/ribbon and then another wood bead. I also tied to small loops at each end of the garland so you could hang it if you wanted as well.
I absolutely LOVE how this turned out! So cute! I have included my Facebook video of me making this so you can refer back to it if you have any questions.