Happy Scrappy Christmas Garland

I’ve had my eye on this Christmas garland since before Halloween.
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It’s happy and eclectic.  I’m thinking that after my gallbladder gets yanked out next week, this would be a good craft to do while I’m lounging in bed and watching the second set of VHS Anne of Green Gables movies.

That’s right, I said VHS.  That’s how I rock movies in my bedroom, on the TV my parents bought for me in 1997.  It’s still going strong, and after this surgery, I will be, too.

Oh, but back to this garland!  It’s made by tying a bunch of ribbon scraps in knots on a long strand of lights (or 2 or 3 strands if you have patience for a longer one).  That’s it.  The extent of craftiness needed to create this adorable garland is the ability to tie knots.

Check out more how-to pictures from the creator, Whitney Caroline Designs!

More holiday crafting:

Christmas Crafting

Felt Christmas Trees

December Nutcracker Printable Calendar

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