Want to try some natural Christmas garland ideas? If you want to go natural with your garlands this year, then I have a few to suggest.
Christmas Garland Ideas You Can Make From Scratch
Best Christmas Garland Ideas You Can Think Of
In my quest to try and have some natural Christmas decorations added to my usual stuff, I decided that Christmas garlands should be natural too. I know it would be so much easier to buy something out of a store and hang it, but wouldn’t it be more fun if it was natural?
So if you also want to give it a try this year, then check out this round-up of things you try.
1. The Easiest and Cheapest Tree Garland
The season is getting colder by the day so I would understand if you already feel like decorating for Christmas.
The easiest garland you can ever put on your tree. It will also look good in a faux tree too.
2. Popcorn Garland
Go traditional by stringing some popcorn and cranberry. Try not to eat them up though, and remember that this Christmas garland idea is just for decor and not edible.
3. DIY Painted Pine Cone Garland
Grab some pine cone, paint, and string to make this natural garland for Christmas. It’s one of the best Christmas tree garland ideas that you’ll not regret of thinking.
4. DIY Dried Orange Garland
This DIY Christmas garland idea will not only look amazing, they will smell amazing too. Round up some oranges and get started early to come up with this amazing garland idea.
5. DIY Floral Garland
Flowers and floral scents will never go wrong for your Christmas decors. This arrangement may look a little bit for a wedding but switch the flowers into a poinsettia and it’s an instant Christmas garland!
6. DIY Felted Acorn Garland
This must be the cutest Christmas garland idea you can think of. You don’t really have to use a whole acorn, just some caps and felt will work wonders.
7. Gingerbread Letter Garland
A delicious DIY garland you can hang on your tree. It will be fun to make with your friends and loved ones, especially when you decide to bake and decorate at the same time!
8. Burlap Garland
This one Christmas DIY idea is quite unique and at the same time so adorable. So simple to make that you don’t even have to think about it and the result is stunning.
9. Magnolia Garland
It’s so easy to neglect some parts of the house in decorating. So make sure to grab some magnolia leaves and make this easy beautiful garland for the holiday season on those parts neglected.
10. Magnolia Garland with Moravian Star Ornaments
You’ll never go wrong on the visuals when it comes to this Christmas garland idea because I just think this is so beautiful. These handmade stars really add some pizzazz.
11. Colorful Driftwood Garland
A little bit of driftwood can go a long way. Make it colorful or a little more Christmas friendly by making the colors red and green.
12. Paper Garland
Paper is natural, right? Turn it to something special this Christmas with paper garlands and other decoration ideas to choose from.
13. Felt Ball Garland
This will make a great Christmas party decoration since it looks so fun to make as well as so colorful. Make it with this color or something different.
14. Flower Christmas Garland
Who needs ornaments when you have a gorgeous selection of flowers to adorn the tree? This will look so natural with a garden-feel of a Christmas!
Want to see how to make a Christmas garland using natural flowers and foliage? Then watch this video tutorial from Dainty Diaries:
Go ahead and spice up your Christmas decors today. Give it an all-natural feel with a personal touch.
You’ll never go wrong with a bit of sincerity and heart invested on your Christmas ornaments as you have fun creating these amazing Christmas ideas for your friends and loved ones, and even yourself, to enjoy this Christmas season!
What do you think of these Christmas garland ideas? Let us know in the comments section what your thoughts are on these Christmas tree garlands.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on December 21, 2015, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.