String Up The Garlands

Paper Fan Bunting, tutorial via Martha Stewart Living

That’s it. Someone needs to throw me a party. Or, maybe I need to throw you a party? It’s just been too long since I’ve had a valid excuse to string up some garlands around the house and feel festive!

Maybe we don’t need an excuse, because I’ve found some unconventional banners and buntings that could work for any occasion – or no occasion at all. Everyone needs a good reason to cut loose and enjoy themselves, right? You could also make some of these garlands and hang them up along the wall of your kiddos’ rooms – let them have the tea parties in there this week.

Paper Garland, tutorial via DIY Candy Paper Garland
Tutorial via DIY Candy

Take those grade school paper cutting skills to a whole new level with these quick garlands – pick your own color palette if rainbow isn’t your thing!

Circle Garlands, tutorial via Oh Happy Day

Circle Garlands
Tutorial via Oh Happy Day

Hanging these from a doorway or a ceiling is bound to add to the feel-good festive feelings – and these colors are spot on.

Party Hat Garlands, tutorial via The House That Lars Built

Party Hat Garlands
Tutorial via The House That Lars Built

This could be the easiest garland ever if you use store-bought hats, but I have to say, the customized hats in the photo are adorable!

Paper Chain Garlands, image via Floridian Social

Paper Chain Garlands
Image via Floridian Social

Sure, paper chains can hang horizontally, but enlist your kids’ help to make dozens of them and cover an entire wall! Plus, that color fade/ombre thing looks pretty amazing.

Ruffled Garlands, tutorial via Pretty Providence

Ruffled Garlands
Tutorial via Pretty Providence

These ruffled fantasies look like the perfect accessory for a baby shower, they just feel frilly and sweet, don’t they?

Pictured at the top of this post: Paper Fan Bunting, tutorial via Martha Stewart Living.

  • Holly Bailey

    There’s something so festive about garlands. So simple and bright and Cheap! Win/win!!!