easy glitter garland

glitter garland

This year my holiday decorating budget is pretty much non-existent. I think I did squeeze about $20 out of our holiday funds, but these days Mr.Jackson just doesn’t go very far. No worries, though, because I’m all about gettin’ pretty on the cheap! I dreamed of a gorgeous, glittery holiday season – but the idea of glittering all that stuff kinda made me think again. Well until I remembered my favorite glitter go-to, specialty scrapbook paper, and decided to make some glitter garland.

garland $1 a sheet paper (found at Hobby Lobby during a 50% off sale) created all the glitter garland dots for my entire gallery wall, and it only took one sheet. I used a punch to create my circles (but you could use a craft cutter), regular sewing thread and some hot glue to put them together by sandwiching the thread inside glue between 2 dots. We strung them from the ceiling with simple thumbtacks – easy peasy!

glitter garlandGlitter Garland: A quick, easy & cheap project that brought a lotta holiday glitz & glam for only a buck.

That definitely makes for some holly, jolly decorating!

About Gina Luker

Gina Luker is a writer, photographer and lover of all things quirky. She's usually found with a drill in one hand and a cocktail in the other while blogging along the way. She's addicted to coffee, polka dots, rock stars, Instagram, and everything aqua.

Comments

  1. Oh no! Can’t see the linky tools yet 🙁

    Thanks for hosting the party!
    Smiles, Suzanne

  2. Thanks Gina, you musta saw it too, working now, moments later!

  3. Your decorations are beautiful Gina, and look very high end BTW. I always love to work with what I have. It enhances my creativity. Thanks so much for hosting this inspiring party every week.

  4. Very clever! Your little “dangling dots” look great — like something Martha Stewart might have done!

  5. Gina, Thank you for hosting! Your Christmas decorations are wonderful!
    xo,
    Sherry

  6. Thank you so much for hosting! You have such fun decor and great colors!

  7. I love your parties! Looking forward to seeing your house tour next week.

  8. Gina what you can do with $20 is so inspiring! It looks great! Happy Holidays! Thanks for hosting as always. Carrie

  9. Love the star. Would you mind sharing where you got it?
    -Paulette
    3sisters-pjr.blogspot.com

  10. I love, love that glitter garland! Perfect for New Years too. So beautiful.

  11. love that sparkle! thank you for hostessing Gina, hope you’re having an awesome week.

  12. Just beautiful! Love all the glitter too!
    Thanks for hosting such a neat party!

  13. Thanks again for hosting! I’m off to browse some of these amazing projects!

  14. Thanks for hosting. Love looking at so many other (and I mean SO many) great blogs.
    -Joy

  15. Gina, I love your glittery garland… thanks for hosting!

  16. Happy to be joining this week. Thanks so much for hosting Gina…Happy Holidays!

    janet xox
    http://theemptynest-janet.blogspot.com/

  17. We are totally on the same page- the desire to decorate with glitter but no money to do it. This is a great idea! I feel silly for not thinking of it. We have a trip to Michael’s planned today so will pick me up some glitter paper. Thank you for the idea!

  18. I really like your garland idea and I want some of that glitter paper from hobby lobby

  19. Thanks for hosting…I love your garland, it’s so pretty, light & airy!!

  20. You have so many links, I am impressed. And your garland is so fun. Great job. Richard from My Old Historic House.

  21. You have so many links, I am impressed. And your garland is so fun. Great job. Richard from My Old Historic House.

  22. Thank you so much for hosting the party! 🙂
    xoxo,
    Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}

  23. I love your glitter-on-a-budget! Thanks for the inspiration and for hosting!

  24. Love, love, love the garland! The colors are great and it is so simple!

  25. Thanks again for hosting an awesome link party. You attract so many cool projects on here. I’m linking up my new Mudroom Style Entryway at #435 and a fun lattice wreath too! The glittery garland is so sparkly pretty. Why don’t we have a Hobby Lobby in the NW???

  26. Thank you for hosting!

    ~Kara (links 453 & 454)
    and your newest follower 🙂

  27. Love that wall! I’m so gonna copy you!

  28. Hi Gina! I just wanted to let you know I tried your canvas photos again, and linked them up, I love them! Thanks for taking the time to email with me to give me the extra tips that helped make them great!

    Leanne @ Because (I Think) I Can
    http://becauseithinkican.wordpress.com/2011/12/08/canvas-photos-done/

  29. Your glittery garland is darling! Thanks for hosting! Have a great week!

  30. Thanks so much for hosting! xoox

  31. I love my visits to your beautiful blog. So much inspiration in one wonderful place. xo

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