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15 DIY Holiday Garlands

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I could probably write a book about my love for the garland. I love how you can easily make any space feel like a party with the simple addition of some strung fabric or paper. Here are 15 garlands that will make you feel perfectly festive every time you look at them.


  • Felt Ball 1 of 15
    Felt Ball
    This garland adds a pop of color to the room. It's a unique, simplistic touch to your holiday decor!
    Get the tutorial from Angela Hardison
  • Glitter Banner 2 of 15
    Glitter Banner
    You can print out the free template for this shiny one.
    Get the tutorial from Katie's Pencil Box
  • Star Garland 3 of 15
    Star Garland
    This cute star one could be left hanging for several months after Christmas.
    Get the tutorial from The Handmade Home
  • Candy 4 of 15
    Candy
    If within reaching distance from kids, these ones would slowly disappear everyday.
    Get the tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Christmas Carols 5 of 15
    Christmas Carols
    Choose your favorite Christmas carol and make a garland from the lyrics.
    Get the tutorial from Kid Spot
  • Twisted Felt 6 of 15
    Twisted Felt
    Those girls at the Purl Bee always make the best things from felt. This twisted garland would look great on any tree.
    Get the tutorial from Purl Bee
  • Cotton Ball 7 of 15
    Cotton Ball
    This adds a snowy effect for mere pennies.
    Get the tutorial from A Day in My Life
  • Mittens 8 of 15
    Mittens
    Know how to knit? I would love to learn.
    Get the tutorial from Knit Picks
  • Felt Shapes 9 of 15
    Felt Shapes
    Felt is an inexpensive and easy to work with material. You could have fun picking out a whole bunch of colors for this one.
    Get the tutorial from Dana Made It
  • Ornaments 10 of 15
    Ornaments
    Wow, you'd need quite the collection to make this one. Maybe check out thrift stores.
    Get the tutorial from Pretty Quirky
  • Pine Cone Flower 11 of 15
    Pine Cone Flower
    The addition of the little wooden beads gives the pinecones a flower look.
    Get the tutorial from Two Shades of Pink
  • All is Calm 12 of 15
    All is Calm
    No need to make too big of a mess. A glitter banner would be easy to make with pre-glittered paper found in the scrapbook section.
    Get the tutorial from The Sweetest Occasion
  • Cheer 13 of 15
    Cheer
    This one is made with simple paper products you probably already have. I love a touch of gold.
    Get the tutorial from 100 Layer Cake
  • Pinecone 14 of 15
    Pinecone
    Make your kids go gather up the pinecones in your yard for this rustic garland.
    Get the tutorial from Bebeh Blog
  • Flag + Berry 15 of 15
    Flag + Berry
    I love winter berries and this is a way to get the look without going fresh.
    Get the tutorial from Funky Time

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