Tuesday , 21 October 2014
Garland is a great way to spice up any room. It can add a pop of color or get a quick message across. Here are some holiday garland ideas just in time for your next get together.

Paper and Fabric Garland Ideas for the Holidays

Garland is a great way to spice up any room. It is a quick way to  add a pop of color or get a quick message across to all the guests that will be visiting this holiday season.  Here are some holiday garland  ideas just in time for your next get together.
how to make fabric garland

1.  How to make your own Christmas decorations  {House to Home}

2. Simple Ways to Decorate for Christmas  {Better Homes and Gardens}

3. Free Printable ~ Holiday Garland  {Whisker Graphics}

4. Christmas Garland Decorating Ideas {Better Homes and Gardens}

5. 10 Ways to Make a Garland {A Beautiful Mess Blog}

6.  Idea House – Decked Out for Christmas   {Southern Living}

If you don’t have time to make your own fabulous paper or fabric garland, here are a few handmade garland strands you can buy!

handmade garland

1. Pinecone Garland, 6 ft, mantle decoration

2. GARLAND Deck the Halls Sierra Mist Cranberry Splash Stars

3. Reindeer garland bunting

4. Snowflake Garland – Holiday decor, winter home decor

5. Christmas Garland – funny painted peanut characters

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5 comments

  1. Love these festive garlands.

  2. Thanks for the post on garlands. Browsing them is a much needed respite from the hectic seasonal pace. They are all wonderful!

  3. Those garlands would be great for showers and parties all through the year.

  4. Super Cute! I will have to try some of these, & the best part is I can make them all year long for all kinds of events!

  5. LOVE! This would also be great for wedding decorations!

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