I love party garlands as much as the next girl, trust me, but they’re so temporary. And truth be told, I don’t throw many parties. So I created a casual garland that fits more into the home decor category than party accessory. It’s one of the easiest garlands I’ve ever made and as soon as I get my hands on more supplies, I am knotting up another five or six strands to hang in our entryway.
It doesn’t get any easier than this one ladies. Here’s how to make your own…
Supplies: scissors and decorative rope cord or trim (that’s it!)
How-To: Start single-knotting a strand of rope every six inches or so, until you have knotted the entire length. Add additional strands of knotted rope and hang. Easy as pie. Unknot the rope when you are done using the garland and you can reuse the material for another project.
Concept, photography, and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff
Looking for more quick and easy garland ideas? Try this one.
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Hi Caroline. I got the rope at JoAnn Fabric.papernstitch
Hello, Beautiful diy!Caroline Samii
Where could I find such cute rope?
Aw, thanks ladies. And so glad you found me McKenna. Thanks for the kind words. 🙂papernstitch
This is a great idea ! I love it !!Sab
I love everything about this! I think my husband would love it too. I am so glad that I stumbled upon your blog. I love the design and your lovely posts. I am definitely going to be following you on Bloglovin and GFC. Happy Friday! xx. McKenna LouMcKenna Ryan
great idea!! so cute!kate
Thanks Ashley and Lauren.papernstitch
LOVE it!Ashley | Sugar & Cloth
So simple and so cute! I’d be tickled if you’d link up at this week’s Off the Hook!Lauren
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Aw, thanks Dusty. I really like your idea for taking this look outdoors! If you dipped the rope in a weather resistant finish before hanging you’d probably be good to go. 🙂papernstitch
Great idea! This is so inspirational, such fun. I really like the color choices. I was thinking this could look really cool on a fence outside by a garden using thick twine rope.Dusty
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Thanks Sarah. 🙂papernstitch
So simple and so creative! Love it!Sarah Hearts
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