My Best DIY Garland Ideas are all summed up into one post! I love how easy they are and it’s fun to come up with a new idea for each season. I’m not one to decorate a lot for each holiday but if the mantel is decorated, then things are festive enough for me.
Adding a simple DIY garland to your mantel, buffet table, mirror or even a tree is an easy way to add a splash of seasonal home decor without breaking the bank. There are so many fun ideas in this post and as a bonus, I’ve added a bunch of DIY garland ideas from some fellow bloggers. So keep scrolling!
Most of the supplies can be found at stores like Hobby Lobby or Michael’s crafts. You may have several items in your craft stash at home.
This Easter Bunny Garland DIY Project With Cricut was made because I wanted to see how well my Cricut would cut tiny shapes. My bunnies are less than 2 inches tall! This was a cute and easy home decor project with Cricut.
My Easy Fall Garland DIY was made with Dollar Tree felt leaves. you could also cut leaves with a Cricutt if you have one. Come see how I used paint to make the leaves more life-like! You've got to love a good Dollar Tree Fall Craft idea.
This DIY Halloween of fall pom pom garland turned out so cute. I used one pom pom garland made with white and cream and then added a second pom pom garland using small black pom poms. Read how to make pom poms for the perfect pom poms every time.
The Easy DIY Heart Garland is another one you can make without a sewing machine. I made this one with glue and I use a secret method for hanging the hearts that makes it so easy! This would be a cute Valentine's DIY decor idea.
If you're looking for things to make with pinecones, this Christmas or winter garland DIY is perfect!
To store your garlands, just wrap them around a square of cardboard to keep them from tangling and store them in plastic containers or in a drawer to keep them clean. I prefer plastic containers so I don’t have to worry about moths or other critters getting to them. I can store quite a few in one container. As another quick tip, label your containers appropriately and store holidays that are close to each other in one container.