A DIY Christmas garland is a great winter craft project to get into the holiday spirit. There are so many ways you can make a homemade garland. These Christmas room decoration ideas are so cute you may be tempted to leave them up all year round. Check out my favorite DIY Christmas garland ideas from around the web.
Homemade Christmas Garland Ideas
The holiday season is the perfect time to try out some new crafts. Get the whole family involved with these homemade DIY Christmas garland ideas. String up these banners from your mantel, Christmas tree or just hang them up on the wall.
This simple DIY Christmas garland uses wood beads in various sizes for an elegant and modern homemade Christmas decoration.
This DIY holiday garland can be used for Thanksgiving, Christmas or any party in-between. Use a faux evergreen garland and real pine and cedar branches.
This homemade Christmas garland is a no-mess craft that your little kids will love to make. Special pens and magic paper are used for this unique decor item.
This faux Christmas garland uses a fake greenery bough with string lights and adorned with glittery Christmas balls. It is attached to the railing with satin bows.
Make this sparkly Christmas banner and JOY cutout with glitter scrapbook paper. You can use it as a photo shoot prop too!
This DIY minions garland is so cute. If you’re kids love Despicable Me (which they all do of course!) They will love to help you make this fun holiday decoration.
This DIY Shabby Chic garland was made with string lights and an old curtain! How easy is that?
I made this garland a few years back. Make little red pom-poms for the berries and glue them to paper holly and green string.
Use scrap ribbon tied to old string lights to make this pretty holiday garland. This is a great way to use up extra craft supplies.
This lighted burlap garland also uses string lights but instead cut up pieces of burlap fabric are tied to the light cord.
This candy cane garland is just too sweet! Felt candy canes are sewed with little Christmas trees and wrapped around a white Christmas tree.
Making salt dough crafts is a classic holiday pastime for kids. Why not string a bunch up together to make this fun snowflake garland.
This glitter star garland uses scrapbook paper cut into star shapes with a little glitter added around the border for some extra bling. The stars are strung together with silver chain.
Another felt garland– but this one has letter cut out of it. Felt is such a great, cheap material no wonder it’s so popular for Christmas crafts. You can spell out Merry Christmas or any saying that you like.
This felt mitten garland is so adorable. Simply cut out mitten shapes from felt and attach them to a twine string.
Paint chips are a great material to use for crafts because they are colorful and free! You can make all sorts of shapes like Christmas trees, candy canes or holiday lights.
This garland is made from recycled sheet music. Why not use sheet music from some of your favorite Christmas carols?
I love crochet accessories. This one is a fun take on vintage Christmas ornaments.
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