DIY Christmas Ornament Garland

DIY’ing and Christmas go hand-in-hand. So, we’re adding a little sparkle and pink to this season with this DIY Christmas Ornament Garland.

Mila and I love glitter and all things girly. This garland felt like it belonged in our home.

The best part of this DIY is you can personalize a DIY Christmas Ornament Garland to your style and it’ll be just as cute! Plus, I spent around $25 dollars for everything you see here. I think that’s a great deal for something that was easy to make and perfect for our family.

Everything you see here (minus the first ornament on the left) comes from Target. It consists of:

  • Ornaments
  • Flocked Garland
  • Tree Pick (Christmas Tree Filler)
  • Yarn/Ribbon

On Black Friday, I found most of these items at Target. They had most of their ornaments for $3, which are so cute! We love pink and have a ton of it in our home, so I knew it was a good purchase. The selection Target had was perfect. There were inclusive pieces and different textures that had to go home with us.

The flocked garland is probably 5 foot long. I wrapped it through these hooks and folded it back to make it look thicker. Then I put in the metallic tree pick for a fuller look too.

After it was up and placed how I liked it, I just started adding ornaments. To make some of them look longer, I used ribbon or yarn.

I love the layered look and how everything meshes together.

Not only do I love how it turned out, it only took me twenty minutes to make. It’s a simple, statement piece that I’m proud to have in my home.

I know that any person can something similar with ornaments that they love.


How do you decorate for Christmas? Classic reds or green? Or do you have your own style with it?

10 thoughts on “DIY Christmas Ornament Garland

  1. I love this idea, and may have to borrow it! I have a collection of angel ornaments that I used to hang across dark blue curtains in the kitchen bay window every Christmas, only we had to get the bay window replaced and the new window is such that we haven’t been able to figure out a way to attach curtain rods yet – so thanks for this sweet alternative idea for what to do with my collection!

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  2. I love this idea! It would be an excellent solution for our house, with six kids who get a new ornament each year – we can’t fit them all on the tree, but several could go on garlands! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. such a cool idea.. Christmas for us is a borrowed celebration and while we have celebrated every year since I moved to the US, this year I was thinking of toning it down and this seems the perfect solution to it..

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