Pink-ify your Christmas decor with this DIY Pink Christmas Tree Garland!
What You’ll Need:
- Hot glue gun
- Mod podge
- Small pom pom maker
- Small piece of cardboard
- Tiny pom poms
- Small wooden/paper stars
Step 1: Use the piece of 3-inch cardboard and yarn to make tassels. Wrap yarn around cardboard about 60 times (amount may vary for thicker yarn). Tie a string around the yarn at the top and slide off the cardboard. Tie another piece of yarn around the top to form a tassel. Cut the bottom loop to make the fringe of the tassel. Repeat this step to make a bunch of tassles that will become the trees on your DIY Pink Christmas Tree Garland!
Step 2: Once tassels are made cut to make 3 different lengths. Set aside for later.
Step 3: Grab your small pom pom maker and wrap tulle around each side one time for the perfect thickness.
Step 4: Use Mod Podge to paint stars and sprinkle with glitter. Set aside to dry.
Step 5: While the stars are drying grab the tassels you made. Start with the shortest tassel, flip upside down, and find the center. Add a tiny dot of hot glue to add the medium length tassel. Then, flip over and add the longest tassel.
Step 6: Once all the tassel trees for your DIY Pink Christmas Tree Garland are made lay them out and add mini pom poms with a tiny bit of hot glue and add the star to the top.
Step 7: Next you will need the string you plan to use as the base of the garland. Cut your desired length. Then play around with placement and attach the trees, pom-poms, and disco balls to your DIY Pink Christmas Tree Garland. Cut any extra-long stings.
Your DIY Pink Christmas Tree Garland is ready to hang!
About the Creator!
Hello! My name is Calynn and I’m a stay-at-home mom of two rainbow babies: Brynn age 7, and Nora age 4.
My husband and I have lived in New Jersey our entire lives.
I’ve always loved to craft and I like to turn simple and ordinary items into something extraordinary and fun! I like to make all holidays a little more magical for my kids and I’m always sharing food and snack inspo, along with easy crafts. When I’m not crafting I love to be outdoors in my garden.
Be sure to stop by my Instagram account @brynnnora to say “Hi” and check out my blog www.mytworainbows.com!