Add a punch of luster and color with striking colored paper garlands that make ideal backdrops for any decor. With a wide variety of papers available, you can make countless hanging decorative crafts, setting the right mood inside the house just before a party. Try your hands on some of these mind-blowing homemade crafts provided with all the minute details.
Have a look at this video tutorial to make a multicolored garland apt for a birthday party décor.
This fabulous shiny garland will make the best ornament for your Christmas tree. While the lights on the tree twinkle, the garland sways back and forth, creating a warm heavenly atmosphere at home.
Dazzling in pink, this flower garland made with crepe paper is a must-have decoration for your walls. Add some fun quotient to your look by wearing it as a head crown.
Infuse some life into your dull weekend parties with this paper ball garland woven from an old newspaper.
Here the edges of paper flower petals are punched with an edger punch in different combinations to make this long string of fluffy flowers coupled with pretty paper petals.
Funky and chic, this uniquely patterned circle paper garland can be included in your wedding decoration. The venue entrance could be the perfect spot to display this handcrafted party ornament.
Another simple paper garland made by sewing the ends of the paper strips to a long ribbon. You can customize it to add a personal touch.
Get your needle and thread to create this delicate flower garland having layers of white, yellow, pink, and purple arranged in a descending sequence.
Make your little one’s bedroom lively and colorful with these butterflies in varying hues on the garland. Team it with flower garlands to create a natural paradise within the four-walled room.
Fall in love with this light-weight paper garland attached with little hearts.
The pointed paper petals make the garland look sober and elegant. Leave sufficient space between the flowers so that it does not appear clumsy while hanging from the wall.
Your kids can spend their sultry summer afternoons cutting out pretty flower garlands from paper to hone up their artistic skills.
Go green with this fringe garland made exclusively from crepe paper, going well with a birthday party theme. Now you have a fabulous idea of doing something unique for your little girl on her special day.
Celebrate Christmas in style with lots of lights, gifts, candies, and cute paper snowflake garlands brightening up your home.
Join colorful little paper rings and crosses in various combinations to make this terrific paper chain.
This gorgeous paper garland has an edgy appearance that adds tons of radiance and glam to your interior decor.
While there are many accessories available for decorating the empty walls, you can make a couple of these paper garlands and hang them from the ceilings to bring some change in your room.
Anyone visiting your home will admire this lengthy garland craft with gigantic paper flowers decorated against the wall.
An economical decoration for festivals or a wedding party, this vivacious wall-hanging lantern garland is a visual treat. You can fix lights inside the paper lanterns to illuminate your living space when the sun sets in.
Mix and match different colors to create this eye-catching paper garland bringing some blooming effect inside your abode.
Are you having a big party at home this weekend? Show off your creative skills with this paper flower and leaf garland that will leave your guests spellbound.
Open your doors to the spring with this splendid garland made of paper roses hanging over the entire house.
You will have major fun whipping up this drop dead gorgeous paper garland overflowing with lots of vintage charm.
A party space without this vivid paper garland is incomplete. Your guests will find it hard to take their eyes off your decoration.
Glorify your wedding venue with this charming doily garland that can be draped over desert tables and back of the chairs.
Now you have a multitude of ideas for making whimsy garlands out of paper for any occasion. So roll up your sleeves and grab your scissors to get started.
Published on August 23rd 2015 by Michelle Anderson