DIY Faux Flower And Lights Garland For Spring

DIY Faux Flower And Lights Garland For Spring
In spring we all want some flowers and greenery, they are in blossom and incredibly beautiful. If you want something more durable still spring-like, then make a faux flower garland and accentuate it with lights. The supplies are 7ft bulb string light, assorted faux greenery, assorted faux flowers, a glue gun, wire cutters. Pull and... 
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Cute DIY Moss Bunny Spring Banner

Cute DIY Moss Bunny Spring Banner
Spring is here, and it’s time to decorate your home for it! This fun and cute banner is amazing for spring and it’s so easy to make! Bunnies remind us of coming Easter and moss is so green and so spring-like! Prepare peel and stick moss, a burlap banner, scissors, a bunny template (you may... 
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Original DIY Metal Hand Photo Garland

Original DIY Metal Hand Photo Garland
We continue sharing photo display ideas, and today it’s a metal photo garland from abeautifulmess.com. Prepare aluminum roof flashing, a marker and scissors, gold spray paint, gold chain, chain cutters, large jump rings, an X-Acto knife and metal ruler, photo paper, a metal hole punch, Canon PIXMA MG7720 Photo Printer. Print and cut out the... 
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DIY Balloon Flower Garland For Parties

DIY Balloon Flower Garland For Parties
This awesome garland will be perfect for a bridal shower or a baby shower, prepare balloons of different shades, faux flowers and greenery, string like baker’s twine, hot glue and glue sticks. Tie a long piece of twine from the celling or wall, depending how long you want your garland. Then begin attaching filled balloons... 
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DIY Heart Garland From Old Book Pages

DIY Heart Garland From Old Book Pages
This cool heart garland is pretty easy to make. The supplies are Dual Temperature 60 Watt Full Size Glue Gun, Multi Temp Full Size Glue Sticks -24-Pack, a paper cutter, sisal twine 300 feet. Start by tearing out a handful of book pages. Use the paper cutter to cut consistent widths, some the original length... 
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DIY Sparkling Gold Mylar Pompom Garland

DIY Sparkling Gold Mylar Pompom Garland
More wonderful and easy DIYs for these winter holidays! And today it’s a super fast pompom garland. The supplies are gold mylar tissue paper, scissors, thin wire, straight pins or paper clips, yarn or string. First, open your tissue paper and cut your layers of sheets in half down the long fold (you should have... 
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DIY Sugarplum Christmas Pinecone Garland

DIY Sugarplum Christmas Pinecone Garland
This cool and easy garland is perfect for the holidays! The supplies are mini pinecones, colorful felt balls, white paint, floral wire, hemp string and a paintbrush. Give each mini pinecone a dusting of white paint. When the paint is dry, wrap thin floral wire inside the tynes of each pinecone. Twist the ends of... 
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Cute DIY Felted Wool Snowball Garland

Cute DIY Felted Wool Snowball Garland
I love everything soft and cozy for the winter! And do you? If you do, then you just need to make this awesome garland. To make this felt Christmas craft, purchase roving felt in your chosen color, and a roving needle, then follow the tutorial below. Bunch wool to form a ball, hold loose end... 
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DIY Floating Fall Leaves Garland For Home Decor

DIY Floating Fall Leaves Garland For Home Decor
Fall leaves are an affordable and cool material to use for fall and Thanksgiving crafts. Let’s make an easy garland! The supplies are 12-15 leaves, copper spray paint, wall tacks, fishing line or clear thread, scissors and measuring tape. Place leaves in a well-ventilated area and lightly coat with a layer of spray paint. Allow... 
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Bold DIY Candy Corn Wall Hanging

Bold DIY Candy Corn Wall Hanging
Candy corns are awesome for fall and Halloween! Let’s make a garland with them. The supplies are crepe streamers (in orange, yellow, and white), plain white cardstock or heavy weight paper, a ruler, a  pencil, wrinkle-free craft glue, scissors, tape, cotton twine/string. Fold your cardstock into thirds. With your ruler and pencil, draw three triangles... 
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