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Heart Garland Upcycled from a Handwritten Cookbook

This charming garland is made from the pages of a cookbook published in 1965. The cookbook was compiled by The Junior Woman's Club of Jacksonville, Florida as a fund raiser. When I saw the hand written recipes in this book they reminded me of times gone by when recipes were hand written on cards and lovingly shared with friends and family. I knew the pages would make lovely garlands. The pages are a lovely cream color which makes a wonderful background for the black handwriting and small images.

The garland is approximately 57 inches long. I have left an ample amount of thread at each end for hanging. There are 16 triple scalloped hearts. Each heart is about 3 1/4" x 3 3/4" and they are sewn together with black thread. I make these garlands in batches so you may not receive the exact one shown, but yours will be just as lovely.

This garland would make a perfect housewarming gift, a charming decoration for a retro kitchen or a unique gift for the bride-to-be.

The garlands listed here would be a perfect companion to this one: http://www.etsy.com/listing/91026420/black-hearts-garland

I have more of these pages available. If you would like a different length, different size hearts or circles instead of hearts, please send me a convo. I would love to make a garland just for you.

My shop is smoke free and dog friendly.

Heart Garland Upcycled from a Handwritten Cookbook


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: thread, book pages
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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