Christmas Ornaments: Ribbon Candy Ornaments. Felt Ball Garland for Christmas. I meant to make a felt ball garland last Christmas but it seems lots of other folks had the same idea, because by the time I got around to ordering my supplies, they were super back-ordered so they ended up coming after Christmas.
Which is perfect because I often buy things for Holidays and don't get around to making them until the next year anyway. DIY Garland Roundup. DIY 5 Minute Tinsel Garland Wreath. A few Winters ago I was staring at a bland paper bag full of old embroidery hoops that I had picked up at the thrift store months before for a few quarters, when it occurred to me that they would make perfect wreath frames.
I quickly nixed the idea of wiring greenery to them (too lengthy of a project and they would only last for a short while) and then thought of the tinsel garland I had wound up the stair banister the previous day. Perfect! What I didn’t know then, was just how simple this project would turn out to be. How to Make a Snowstorm. November 25th, 2013 Email 355 users recommend Say goodbye to hand-cut snowflakes taped to windows.
Instead, try a curtain of whimsical flakes hung on strands of dental floss. How to Make a Garland with Punch. November 30th, 2012 Email 337 users recommend.
How to Make a Surprisingly Simple Paper Wreath. December 21st, 2011 Email 70 users recommend Put down the red and the green and pick up a completely different palette this holiday season.
Jeff Rudell. SPRING WREATH. Modern Colorful Mobiles. This bright and modern mobile project is perfect for a daytime wedding reception or shower and can be done in any color scheme.
It will transform the room and make a big impact! The best part is this whole project can be made on the cheap--for under $25! Printed Paper Garlands. Create a vintage library feel with easy DIY garlands evoking a papered past.
This gently tattered look can be used for photo booth backgrounds, hanging mobiles, or simple wall and aisle decorations. Flowers and decor. Elegant White, Cream, And Gold Wreath. I'm sure you have all seen my two friends wreath from The Pretty Poppy.
Can you believe I am lucky enough to know them in real life? I do, they are as great as they seem! Well I loved it, just as much as you all did. So I created my own. DIY Projects: Button Brunch! As we wrap up the fun shoot we did with Wedding Chicks, I thought it would be fun to highlight the few DIY projects that happened to create some of the fun details for the tablescape.
The button garland was certainly a labor of love, but worth every minute of it. It's hard to envision this garland simply by the photos alone. In person, the button garland really made the space fun and unique! We ordered lots of various buttons off etsy, and found several others at Michael's. We bought a larger yellow spool of thread used for quilting, and got to threading one button at a time. We made several strands of garland with the various colors and shapes of buttons. The 'favors' for this brunch were individual recipe boxes. The table linens were hand made. The floral overlay fit just perfectly, and to add a fun touch, we sewed a cream fringe around the entire border of the linen. Zig zag accordion streamers in Crafts for decorating and home decor. Zig Zag Accordion Streamers DIY. Mar 23 I made these cool zigzag streamers for Paul’s birthday last week but I forgot to take photos so I made Moses put on a hat and pose during Roman’s nap time today.
My mom taught me how to make these and they are about the easiest party decor there is. All you need is colored paper and pair of scissors. Really, its that easy. Instructions Below. Step 1: Start with some colored paper in the shape of a rectangle. Step 2: From there measure about 2″ from the first and cut again. Step 3: Turn the paper over and make cuts (but not all the way through) half way between the 2″ sections. May Guest DT plus a paper garland tutorial - Screen Prints BLOG. Hanging Paper Flowers - Introduction - MarthaStewart.com. A beautiful life is in the accents: Tutorial: hot air balloon mobile. DIY Wedding Pom Poms. I have a soft spot in my heart for colorful paper and hanging decorations, which means of my favorite things in the world is garlands. For months I’ve been trying to come up with an excuse for a party just so I can make tons of them. This project is a simple twist on a pom pom garland by stringing them vertically with paper leaves so they become vines.
You can hang them in trees or tie them to a strand across a ceiling to fill up a room. Customize your own by using different colored tissue paper, cutting different leaves and flower types, or even cutting paper birds and tying them into the strands. Click “more” below to see the rest of the project… -Anna of Rifle Design Supplies 1. cutting mat, 2. twine, 3. craft paper, 4. assorted tissue paper, 5. scissors, 6. floral wire Directions To create the tissue paper pom poms: Accordion fold 7 sheets of tissue paper together with 7 folds, each about 1 inch wide. Attach the pom pom to the strand by using the extra wire from the center. Paper cube lights in Crafts for decorating and home decor.