INSIDE : Learn how to fold and cut sheets of felt to create gorgeous DIY Felt Garland for Christmas or any other holiday and occasion!
Last year I made these fun DIY Felt Ornaments in green and pink and fell madly in love. This year, I decided to take them to the next level by turning them into a gorgeous holiday garland which I hung on my fireplace! So let’s check out below how to make this lovely DIY Felt Garland.
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What supplies do I need to make Felt Garland?
How to make Felt Ornament Garland for Christmas:
I started off by cutting 4″ x 4″ square sections of my Benzie Design felt.
I used shades of green, orange, blue and red.
To see the full tutorial for how to exactly create these ornaments, check out my Felt Ornament post.
I made 26 of these beauties and then strung them along a gorgeous black baker’s twine string.
I simply used hot glue to secure each ornament onto the garland string.
Then every four or five felt ornaments I made a small felt tassel, for a little extra pop of texture.
- Start by cutting 4″ x 4″ square sections of your felt. I used shades of green, orange, blue and red.
- Fold your felt square into a triangle and then fold it once more.
- Cut three straight lines in your felt, starting at the bended side of the triangle. Do not cut all the way to the end.
- Unfold your felt and lay out on a table. Grab the center corner pieces and using your hot glue gun, adhere the center corner edges together.
- Turn your felt over so the loop you just glued is now facing down. Now, grab the second set of corner pieces and glue the corner edges together. Turn the felt over again and repeat this process until all the corners are glued together.
- Using a hot glue gun, secure each ornament onto the Baker's Twine to create your garland string.
-Every four or five felt ornaments, make a small felt tassel for a little extra pop of texture.
I hung the garland on our fireplace mantel, but these would look equally as lovely hanging on a Christmas tree, on a entry stairwell or along a shelf.
I’m already debating whether or not I should cover my tree with these fun felt ornaments next year!