Garland comes as a long piece.
Get a smaller piece simply by pulling with your hands; you
want maybe 4-5 inches.
Grab the first 1/2 on the end and pull it off. You will see
that the garland is held together on a string and nylon thread.
As you need it you can just pull off a small piece.
I like to use pieces about this size. This white garland would
look terrific anywhere you want a snowy look.
Some garlands have 2 different types or sizes of tinsel when you
take it a part giving you options. One of my favorite garlands ever
had a white plastic "filler" that made it fluffy. I tossed the
filler away and use the gorgeous, vintage looking tinsel.
I used the small pieces behind a rosette. I simply hot glued the tiny
sections all around the back of the rosette.
Here I used the little pieces to resemble a next.
I used Glossy Accents on this piece.
You can see- look closely- the tiny pieces I added under
the feathers on this vintage-inspired ornament.