To create the dangling ends of our garland, opposite page, cut two pieces of 5×8-inch single-face corrugated cardboard with the 5-inch side running parallel with the cardboard ridges. Whitewash the flat side of each piece with a mix of equal parts gesso and water. Let dry. Cut 4½-inch-long slits in the channels between each ridge. Press the ½-inch-long uncut area flat. Make a hanging loop by gluing both ends of a 6-inch piece of white twine to the cardboard’s flat end. Tightly roll the cardboard into a cylinder, hot-gluing the flat end in place as you roll. Secure by gluing the end of the strip in place.