First pick your theme.
Then here is a list of materials:
- Garland of any length
- White lights
- Colored plastic ornament balls in either 2 or 3 colors. These are cheap at Walmart
- You’ll need wire hooks for the ornaments.
- One color material (I used purple) sheer and and sparkly is ideal, you may need 3-5 yards but it depends on the length of your Garland so be mindful.
- Get a package of snowflakes or other “filler” type ornaments, make sure these are the opposite color of the material.
- You can use a sting of pearls or beads in lieu of the filler.
It was Christmas and I was sick of red, green and gold so I took matters into my own hands… Aka I went to wal -Mart and looked at colors.
I picked purple because it was different and I could pair it with either gold or silver for a clean freshing look.
I picked silver and purple for the stairs.
It’s so amazing how much better a garland looks when it’s full, so don’t be stingy with the ornaments.
Depending on the content of your garland, you may need to add string lights. So basically put up the Garland where you want it, add the lights after and then the fun begins.
**Oh make sure the lights work, you don’t want to get all fancy and then find out only half of the light actually light up.
Now place the other color equally throughout the garland.
Be careful not to use a lot in one are and leave another area blank, try to spread evenly, like frosting a cake.
Now you have 2 different colors and it looks ok… But now add your material…. The easiest way is to cut it into sections and weave it through in random places so it looks like one long weave but it’s not.
After the material is all in place and secured, add the snow flakes or other “filler” to the places which are slightly empty so that your garland has only slight patches of green.