Thursday, September 26, 2013

Quick & Easy Halloween Garland



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My poor mantel needed some love!  All I had on it was my  Dollar Store vignette.


I decided I needed a fun garland.  While out shopping I got the idea to take 2 pieces of dollar store garland and spray paint it black.  I would use that as my base of my garland.  I got so excited to do it, I forgot to take pictures. Whoops!


For my garland I used scrapbooking paper and some embellishments I found in the dollar section of Target and JoAnn Fabrics.


Cut your scrapbooking into the shape you want your garland to be.  I chose triangles.   After they are cut decide which embellishments you want on your paper.


Add your trim and then you embellishments.


I then took mini clothes pins and pinned them on to my black garland.  


I will show you how to create this Halloween candle next week.



Nice and easy and colorful.

How about you?  Do you put up Halloween decorations?  If you do do you do spooky or just fun decor?

Here are a few of my past Halloween projects:










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6 comments:

Crystal said...

Love the garland! I've been trying to decorate for two weeks now, but haven't gotten very far. I'm hoping I can finish it this weekend :)

Karen Koblan said...

This is really cute! I love finding different garlands to make. Visiting from SITS!
Karen @ Karen's Soiree

Regina said...

Cute cute cute idea...thank you for sharing the HOW TO with us. We LOVE Halloween here..so much FUN!! I have a cute How To on making lil mummy candy containers, if ya just happen to need a cute party favor or classroom idea. ^_^

Visiting from SITS!!!

Angel Allen said...

These are soo cute. Great job. Thanks for sharing at Raising Imperfection.
Sew Crafty Angel

Kayla Janachovsky said...

Your mantle is so cute! I'd love if you'd link up to The DIY'ers! http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-diyers-31.html

Lizbeth McGow said...

Very pretty garland and easy to make! Love how inexpensive the materials are which makes it perfect for seasonal decor. Thank You so much for sharing at the Fluster Buster party, Lizy party co-host!

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