Deck the halls with boughs of holly will soon be playing on the radio, along with many more Christmas songs. It is time to think about your holiday decor ideas and make a plan. Garlands are a perfect way to deck your halls, or wall, or mantles, or entryways, or any number of things in your home. Please do not only think of a garland as just those cheap sparkly things.

DIY Pinecone Garland

Because decorations (for any occasion) only get better when you put them on a string.

This Christmas decor will fit in any space need because the pine cones can be strung on any size string and wound around any shape your imagination can come up with. Pine cones give a pleasing rustic country charm to your Christmas decor. Get the tutorial from Ballard Designs.

Pom Poms and Bows Crochet Garland

Because decorations (for any occasion) only get better when you put them on a string.

Christmas garland decorating for the yarn loving crocheter makes this DIY Christmas project a perfect fit. A chain made of brightly colored yarn bows tied with pompoms is a beautiful addition to any holiday decor ideas. Get the tutorial from Flamingo Toes.

DIY Gingerbread Letter Garlands

Because decorations (for any occasion) only get better when you put them on a string.

This baked Christmas garland decorating project is a delightfully tasty treat. This twist on a holiday classic, the gingerbread man, makes for a fun and unique DIY decorating idea. It uses letter cookie cutters to cut personalized holiday messages out of gingerbread dough. Once the cutout messages a properly bake, they are strung on festive twine or cording to create a one of a kind garland that is a baker’s delight. Get the tutorial from Hello Wonderful.

DIY Felt Garland

Because decorations (for any occasion) only get better when you put them on a string.

This fun and easy decor idea is made out of felt strips tied to yarn. Actually, anything will due instead of yarn. Sting, twine or anything you have available will work. You start with small strips of various colored felt and then you simply tie them to yarn to create this fun and attractive felt garland. Get the tutorial from Tell Love and Party.

Twisted Felt Garland

Because decorations (for any occasion) only get better when you put them on a string.

They look great on a tree, down a banister or even on a kids tree if you’re into that sort of thing and if not, they’d just be swell decking out a doorway or even tying off holiday gifts. Get the tutorial from The Purl Bee.

Paper Dots Garland

Because decorations (for any occasion) only get better when you put them on a string.

This beautiful paper dot garland looks deceivingly complicated. But guess what? It’s made from just crepe paper. Yep, that’s it! Get the tutorial from Oh Happy Day.

Save these ideas about DIY Garlands for later! Don’t forget to follow A Matter of Style on Instagram for more great decorating ideas or check out some of the gift decorations available in store.

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