I don’t know about you…but there is one decoration I adore…especially around the Holidays and that is Garland!!!! I love buntings…banners…garland that shimmers…garland that adds a pop of color and joy to any room…it’s just a fun and fabulous touch that you can never go wrong with. During the Holidays we see even more garland than ever…it hangs from the mantles…the ceiling…it frames out picture…displays Season Greetings and is always a Christmas Tree’s best friend. So of course we had to put together a fantastic Holiday Garland DIY Projects collection for you. Trust me…you are going to love each and everyone of them. I personally adore the hand felted rainbow ball garland and oh that gingerbread cookie garland is no short of amazing! Oh and wait till you the the DIY on the amazing Marquee Letter garland…it is so cool you will have to sit in front of the fireplace to warm up!!!! The garlands that await you are going to astonish you and most of all they will light a creative fire!!! So sit back and enjoy this collection…you are going to fall in love with them all!
Pine Cones…Felt…Fabric Scraps…Pom Poms and MORE…You will see how they all come together to make the most fabulous garland! As always here at The Cottage Market we would like to send out tons of APPAWS and APPLAUSE to all of our blogger friends for sharing their talents and creativity with us! We want them to know that they are appreciated and loved. You are going to adore exploring their blogs for more outstanding DIY’s and inspiration. As always…ENJOY & CREATE!
Wow! What great projects. I don’t think I can pick a favorite…they’re all fantastic! I made a garland last night using vintage crocheted pot holders. It turned out pretty cute! Have a lovely weekend.
Hey there Virginia! So glad you enjoyed them and I can’t wait to see the garland that you made!!!! : ) Have an amazing weekend my friend! Talk to you soon! Hugs…
Marie@The Interior Frugalista says
Love these garlands Andrea – thanks for sharing them with us. I shared the crochet Christmas Lights garland with my daughter who I know would making them.