The arrival of spring has got me itching to create something cute and colorful and these garlands fit that description perfectly. Whether you’re throwing a party or your wall just needs a little bit of pretty, try one of these tutorials to create your own string of happy.
Butterfly 1 of 13Such a sweet origami and ribbon garland to welcome spring.
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Watercolor 2 of 13Simple to customize in any colors you want and you can even get your kids in on the painting action.
Click here for the tutorial from You Are My Fave
Fabric Bunting 3 of 13Wouldn't this be such a happy birthday surprise?
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Napkin Flowers 4 of 13Who knew that you could transform paper napkins into something so pretty?
Click here for the tutorial from Made
Rainbow Flower 5 of 13This one is made from paint chips for the rainbow gradient.
Click here for the tutorial from Little Bit Funky
Paint Chip Easter Egg 6 of 13Inexpensive and the perfect decoration for the next few weeks.
Click here for the tutorial from Modern Parents Messy Kids
Fabric Flower 7 of 13These are so pretty, you could make them a permanent fixture in your house.
Click here for the tutorial from Once Wed
Crepe Paper 8 of 13Crepe paper is easy to work with and gives this garland such a delicate look.
Click here for the tutorial from Oh Happy Day
Fresh 9 of 13Take a walk then make a garland from your little collection of finds.
Click here for the tutorial from Seeds and Stitches
Paper Flowers 10 of 13Martha has several tutorials of how to create blooms from paper. This one would be pretty as a crown.
Click here for the tutorial on Martha Stewart
Colorful Dot 11 of 13This one is so colorful and cheery. I love how it's hung.
Click here for the tutorial from Purl Bee
Cupcake Liner 12 of 13I've seen several variations of the cupcake liner garland but this is by far my fave.
Click here for the tutorial on Design Sponge
Birds + Feathers 13 of 13This one comes with a free download to get the perfect shapes.
Click here for the tutorial on 101 Woonideeen
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