Easy Beaded DIY Christmas Garland

Easy Beaded DIY Christmas Garland

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Easy Beaded DIY Christmas Garland
Easy Beaded DIY Christmas Garland
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Brighten up that frosty white Christmas tree with some bold color! The Easy Beaded DIY Christmas Garland features beads of all sizes and colors for a perfectly charming homemade garland. DIY Christmas garland can sometimes be a challenge to make, but this project is easy and lovely. You can string the beads in a particular pattern, or arrange them in a completely random order for an eclectic and fun Christmas decoration. The idea of changing up the way you decorate the Christmas tree every year, be it with subtle colors or bright ones, can be embraced using this homemade Christmas decoration.

MaterialsBeads

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Difficulty LevelBeginner

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

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Really loving how colorful this garland is and so impressed at how easy it is to make. All it takes to make this is wooden beads and a needle and thread. It can be made as long or as short as you like and with any color or shape of bead. I am coming up with all kinds of ideas for other uses for this garland too.

Well, that's simple enough, but a cute idea. It's too late for me for this year, but I can start looking for beads for next year. What about using them from old costume jewelry? If I keep looking all year long, I should have enough to make an interesting garland next year.

I am going to look for beads at the dollar stores and thrift stores. This will take a lot of beads to make a garland. I think I will use mine on my mantle instead of on my tree. I do have a lot of plastic pony beads already so I might start with those. The colors would look cute by some tiny white Christmas trees.

always have a stash of leftover beads altho' not wooden ones, and the little people would have a wonderful time stringing them into a garland -- not as messy as cranberries lol

I love this bright and cheerful garland! It's a great way to use up leftover beads and a fun craft for kids to help out with.

This is yet another " why didn't I think of this ?" Ideas. It's so easy and simple. I found a huge bag of wood beads at a thrift shop. I was so excited at the amount (250) for $1.00 that I didn't really check out the colors closely. They are hot pink, purple, yellow, red, green, white and shades of brown. I didn't know what I would do with the really bright ones. Now I do. These will look great as a Garland. Thanks for sharing.

This is so fun and whimsical! I would absolutely love to have this hanging on my tree

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