22 Festive DIY Christmas Garlands
Christmas garlands are a fun way to decorate for the holidays. They are easy to make and can use whatever materials you want. Making some garlands is a great way to make your Christmas tree and the rest of your decor unique.
One of the best parts about the Christmas season is listening to Christmas carols. This garland from The Sweetest Occasion brings the comfort of music into your decor. You can make it to say anything you want.
When it's cold enough outside to keep ice frozen through the season, frozen decorations like this garland from Handmade Charlotte can be a beautiful touch. Plus, making them can be a fun outdoor activity for the whole family.
Candy can be used in lots of your Christmas decorations to make your home feel like a full-sized gingerbread house. These candy garlands from Homemade Ginger add a sweet touch.
This Christmas tree garland from Julep is super easy to make and adds a perfect touch of simple elegance to your household decor.
Not only does this mini wreath garland from The Sweetest Occasion look adorable and festive, it also adds a light rosemary scent to your house for the holidays.
All you need to make this colorful garland from Art Bar Blog is yarn. Make it whatever colors you want to fit in with the rest of your Christmas decor.
This feather garland from Lia Griffith adds a touch of elegance and beauty to your Christmas decorations, and it is easy to make using paper and glitter.
Wish everyone who enters your house a happy holiday with this garland from Julep. You can use whatever words you want to make this garland.
Some things are classics for a reason. This garland from Salty Canary is a take on an old Christmas tradition of making garlands from cranberries and popcorn.
You can use the trimmings from your Christmas tree to create this garland from Lemon Thistle. It beautifully compliments modern and simple holiday decor.
Even without the light, Christmas lights are one of the most fun and colorful parts of Christmas. This felted garland from Beau Coup is a great way to include even more of them into your decor.
Years of wrapping Christmas presents and making decorations means that many of us have tons of leftover holiday ribbon lying around. This garland from Pretty Providence makes use of that ribbon to help add cheer to your house.
This garland from Paper N' Stitch uses wood blocks in a way that is sure to make a statement and set your decorations apart.
This garland from Flax and Twine is another one that you only need yarn, plus some crochet needles to create. This crochet pattern is an easy one to learn for advansed crocheters and beginners alike.
Sometimes the best decorations are the traditional ones. This garland from Made in a Day is a snow covered classic that will make you feel like being outside on a snowy december day.
This bow garland from Flamingo Toes is fun and cozy. The perfect addition to any winter decor. The pattern for these bows is easy to follow and yields execellent results
For as long as Christmas has been celebrated music has been an importatnt part of it. This garland from Oh Happy Day reminds us of Christmas music and celebration.
This banner from Natalme is the perfect way to honor the Christmas tree and all the joys it brings us this season.
19. Tassel Garland
Tassels are suprisingly easy to make, and when they are all strung together they make for the perfect festive decoration. This garland from Fall for DIY is a super simple way to make your decorations shine.
Whether it snows at Christmas where you live or not, you can enjoy snow during the holidays with this simple garland from A Pumpkin and a Princess.
Change up the traditional Christmas decorations with this leather garland from Make and Tell. It's a grown up version of the paper chains you probably made as a kid.
The stars in this garland from Saved by Love Creations look complicated, but they are easy to make from paper. Make this garland to reflect the star on the top of your tree.