How To Make A Wreath From Garland

Christmas, Seasonal & Holiday, Winter

  1. Kim says:

    Love….love… the tutorial! Just before I read your blog I passed thru my kitchen and thought that next year I need a couple wreaths in there.

    I’ll be saving your DIY for sure!

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Kim! I’m so happy you’re going to make your own! A wreath makes everything better! 😀

  2. Shayna … Just LOVE your wreath and love the icy greens. A garland is the cheapest way to get picks. I have taken a lot of garlands apart and that works for me. Reminds me that I have a ‘icy’ cedar garland that I need to take apart and make a wreath … it keeps shedding and a wreath will be better.
    Thanks for the nice tutorial and the idea.
    Christmas Blessings.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so very much, Audrey! 😀
      Sounds like you have the perfect garland to make your own! Enjoy!

  3. M says:

    Nice wreath, gf:) I did the berries on my tree this year, & made picks from the garland (they use to be apart of lol;) I love how it turned out…& I’m lovin your wreath as well! Just might have to make one myself, as I have some extra garland this year…Blessings & <3 (how many more sleeps till Christmas now lol;)
    xo M

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, M! I love that you used it all! Sounds like someone else I know… 😀

  4. It came out beautifully Shayna! It’s definitely fat and full! Love a fluffy wreath. The frosty, snow dusted look is so pretty too. Happiest of holidays to you!! Shannon

  5. Sarah says:

    I loved this so much yesterday when I saw it that I went out and bought all the materials to make my own today. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration!!

  6. Such a clever idea. Good looking wreaths can cost a fortune! Now I’ll be looking for some nice garland on an after Christmas sale!

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Yvonne! I agree, wreaths can be sooo expensive! This way was very wallet friendly! 😀

  7. angela says:

    i love it. where did you get the green tea kettle?

  8. […] I was so happy to share my simple and easy wreath tutorial. It’s made from garland, but I thought it would look better as a wreath. Boy is it […]

  9. Carol Grund says:

    Your wreath is the loveliest I’ve ever seen! Wish I could find the same iced garland you used.

  10. […] love the wreath in the window. It’s such a fun addition to the kitchen, and even though this space […]

  11. Nancy says:

    Love you blog but very hard to read the light colored font.

  12. Karen says:

    What a fantastic idea! I love how you deconstructed the garland which gives you creative realm to make it look just like you want!

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