New Ideas for Christmas Tree Garland
Cotton and Copper Mesh Ribbon
This rustic tree is chockfull of natural decorations like pinecones, feathers, dried pods, silk magnolia blooms, and branches. A stunning trail of fluffy white cotton garland winds its way through the tree. Copper mesh ribbon brings a pop of color and allows the lights to really shine.
Green Felt Ribbon
A waterfall of green felt ribbon provides a subtle counterpoint to the bold array of candy-colored ornaments dressing this tree.
A live Christmas tree gets a rustic finish with burlap ribbon. The decorations are simple here to keep with the natural feel.
Easy Magnolia Garland
This magnolia garland has a secret: It’s held together with duct tape. Instead of stringing the leaves together with pretty thread, the designer knew the fastest (and sturdiest) solution was to simply tape the leaves together since he didn’t intend to show the back of the garland.
More is more is the theme of this whimsical tree. A thick ornament ribbon makes a statement while twirls of three different wire-edged ribbons soften the look.
A traditional-looking tree is illuminated from the interior with a light-stringing technique that includes wrapping individual branches. Bistro lights are added in for additional glow. A pearl garland provides sparkle and subtly reflects the light.
Unexpected details like antlers and bits of greenery provide contrast to the traditional plaid and red ribbon garland.
Burlap Ribbon and Silver Beads
This rustic-meets-refined combo creates quite the pair in a tree that embraces the best of both worlds. Natural elements like air plants and spruce pair wonderfully with gilded touches and sparkly ornaments.
Small Beaded Garland
These trees will have to weather the elements so beaded garland that can withstand a little rain, snow (wishful thinking), and wind are key.
A thick, wire-edged ribbon with sequins gives just the right sparkle to this already glowing tree.
This traditional Christmas tree is wrapped like a gift in tartan ribbon.