- Step 1: How to Maintain the Freshness of a Cranberry and Popcorn Garland Position the cranberry and popcorn garland so that it is stretched out across your workspace.
- Step 2: Give the can of acrylic sealant spray a good, long, and vigorous shake for a few seconds. Keep your hand on the spray can of acrylic sealant
- Step 3: Beginning at one end of the garland, apply a thin coating of the acrylic sealant to the whole length of the garland. Keep going in the same direction
After the last cranberry, make a knot to finish off your garland when it reaches the appropriate length. Garlands have a shelf life of roughly three days if they are not sealed. Spray acrylic sealer on garlands and let them cure for a full day before hanging them up to display throughout the holiday season.
How do you make cranberry garlands with fresh cranberries?
Cranberry garlands are stunning on their own, but if you want to add some variation and color to them, you can incorporate things like cinnamon sticks, pinecones, and popcorn into the design.Get started by preparing a thin needle and a lengthy piece of thread.First, tie a knot at one end of the string, and then add the Ocean Spray® Fresh Cranberries one at a time by inserting the needle into the middle of each one.
How do you dispose of Cranberry Garland?
Throw away the garland after a day or two, preferably before the berries go mushy. After you have strung the cranberries, you might want to try spraying them with shellac so that the garland will last longer. To prevent the garland from staining, it should not be placed directly on surfaces that have been lightly painted or on linens.
Can You Spray shellac on Cranberry Garland?
After you have strung the cranberries, you might want to try spraying them with shellac so that the garland will last longer. To prevent the garland from staining, it should not be placed directly on surfaces that have been lightly painted or on linens. A word of caution: if you intend to hang strings outside, you should not use shellac since it can be harmful to animals and birds.
How do I Keep my Garland fresh?
Use the same technique as you would for maintaining the freshness of the garland for live wreaths and swags.We usually give our live tree a thorough hosing off in order to keep it looking as fresh as possible for as long as possible.This eliminates any insects as well as any excess dirt and pollen.After it has had a chance to dry out, we use a spray bottle or a pressure garden sprayer to apply a Wilt Stop solution to it and then spray it down.