December 10, 2011

{DIY} Christmas Fabric Garland


Matieral Needed: String of lights |  Fabric | Scissors
Step 1. Cut a small slit
Step 2. Hold fabric with one hand and tear down  into strips about 1 inch wide
You will need lots of strips!
Step 3. Arrange the strips in order for the cutting
Step 4. Cut the Strips into 7 inches lenght and tie them in a knot onto the string of lights
Step 5. Repeat the steps
Its time consuming! Do this while listening to music or watching a movie ;)






My Inspiration came from here.
I had a lot of fun making this colorful garland.
I'm excited to make more for the rest of my stairs!
Is anyone making any DIY for the holidays?
Id love to hear about your creations!

27 comments:

Raquel said...

I love this! Definitely gonna make it!

Jenni Austria Germany said...

so cute. i want to try this and use it in my room year-round.

Veronica Popoiacu said...

wonderful and creative ! love this post !

Abbey Brandon said...

I love this idea. Very cute!

Stephanie said...

I love this idea! It's be cool for decorating a little kids room, too.

Kylee Noelle {blog} said...

This is so cool! I think I will make one :)

Erin said...

This is amazing! How long did it take?! I want to make one!

Rachel said...

Love love love this idea!! I am definitely going to give this a go next year....think I have too many projects on the go for this year! xo Rachel

SIENA.STYLE said...

love your ideas!!
kisses from prague
have a wonderful weekend
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Kasia. said...

so great ! your house is perfect :)

Nicole said...

oh my!! This project is absolutely inspiring and I cannot wait to try it out :)).

I LOVE the picture quality also. :)

XOXO

great blog <3

Paislea Elyse said...

this is so cute and so simple! i love the colors that you chose!! they're perfect!!

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Holly said...

Oh wow, this turned out so cute! It looks really good on your railing :)

Fashion Confessions of a Mommy said...

What a pretty idea. Very country chic.
Daphne.
http://fashiondivamommy.blogspot.com

Stephanie said...

This is quite possibly the cutest thing I've ever seen. My daughter has a strand of lights in her room, and now I definitely want to cover the cord in fabric!

kira said...

It looks great! I can't imagine how much time that took.

Ani said...

I SAW ONE LIKE THIS ON PINTEREST AND TOTALLY WANTED TO MAKE ONE FOR MY LITTLE GIRLS ROOM!!! LOVE THE FABRICS YOU PUT TOGETHER!!! BY THE WAY I LOVE LOVE YOUR BLOG AND YOUR ARE STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL AND SO IS YOUR CUTE LITTLE FAM. THANKS FOR SHARING SUCH CUTE THINGS IN YOUR BLOG.
XO
ANI

VALERIE WANG said...

the christmas decor is absolutely cute!!!!love it a lot!<3


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xxxx

Anya Rudn said...

Wow i love it so much!!!
Such a fun DIY project!

Looks so cute in your home!!

~Anya

Kait said...

Thanks again for popping over to my blog, dear.

Love the idea of a fabric scrap garland. It's a nice way to use up those little bits and cover up the green cord all at once.

I just wonder, does it fray?

Aurelia (A Pretty Life) said...

You are very creativ person, thanks for sharing such a great ideas.
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Denise Pacurar said...

I love how this turned out!!! Sooo beautiful and unique!!!

Love,
Denise

Elyse (Give Me Bows) said...

It's such a lovely idea! I have so much scrap fabric lying around that would be perfect to use. Thanks for the inspiration :)

Katie said...

This is so beautiful! What a brilliant way to cover up those ugly cords. I may wrap a few of these around my tree next year!

theembellishednest said...

This is so pretty! I love the texture it has.

Nancy W said...

Beautiful job my Beautiful friend! I made some ornaments, drop by and check them out :) www.lovestocreate.com Hugs from Conroe, Texas

Anonymous said...

Any idea how much frantic you needed.? Going to try this and just purchased some. Worried I may need some more.