Decorate for the season with this gorgeous Free Printable Winter Garland featuring a Let It Snow theme!
Do you remember those fun, construction paper garlands we used to make back in Kindergarten?
Well, I suppose they don’t really do that anymore, but you can still bring that kinda joy into your own home with this beautiful free printable winter garland!
Since, it’s snowing here and it’s freebie Friday, I thought it would be fun to gift you guys a little seasonal joy.
So, today’s free printable is this beautiful winter garland featuring snow, snowflakes and of course, snowmen!
Here’s how to put it together:
DIY Winter Garland
Equipment/Supplies You’ll Need:
- Printer and Ink
- Scissors or Paper Cutter
- Stapler and Staples
How to Make Your Garland:
Print out the free Let It Snow Garland Kit.
Use scissors or a paper cutter to cut out the pre-designed strips.
Create a loop with 1 strip of paper, staple the ends together.
Slide a second strip of paper through the loop and then, staple those ends together. Repeat until your garland is as long as you would like.
Hang your DIY winter garland in a window, over a door or over your mantle piece to decorate for the season.
That’s it! Easy Peasy!
Click the image above to download!
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Please note: This free printable is a gift from me to you and cannot be sold, transferred or altered, in any way, without my written consent. Feel Free to share the link with family and friends so they can download their own copy.
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Have a Spectacular Day!
Vanessa Hamlin is the owner and founder of Food Life Design and VLHamlinDesign. With her passion for frugal living and homesteading, Vanessa loves to write about easy recipes, making money, gardening, home remedies and everything else that a good life entails! When she’s not writing for Food Life Design or creating products for VLHamlinDesign, you’ll find Vanessa reading, drawing, gardening, cooking or spending time with her family.