DIY The Cutest Thanksgiving Garland

Happy Thursday PBteen! We are so excited to share a fall DIY today. This is the perfect crafty project whether you’re a high school student looking for a cute rainy day activity, a college student prepping for Friendsgiving, or maybe a relative looking for a fun activity with the kids and teens in your life. No matter who you are or where you are celebrating, we think you’ll love this DIY from our friend Amy over at Homey Oh My! blog. Take it away, Amy!

DIY Garland- Give ThanksHey guys, it’s Amy from Homey Oh My! I’m back with another fall DIY, and this time it’s for Thanksgiving! Whether you’re decorating for get-togethers with family and friends, or just wanting to decorate your space in the spirit of thanks, this Thanksgiving garland will make a simple and chic reminder of what this season is all about! Here’s how you can make your own…

-cardstock in two colors (I used white and mirrored gold)
-scallop circle paper punch (3.5 inch diameter)
-circle paper punch (3 inch diameter)
-double sided taped
-letter stickers
-hole punch (1/8 inch diameter)
-string/baker’s twine

Paper PunchesStep 1: Punch out 10 scallop circles out of the gold paper and 10 regular circles out of the white paper.

Paper Punches Taped

Step 2: Stick the white circle on the middle of the gold scallop circle with double-sided tape. One piece of tape down the center of the circle is sufficient.

Letter Sticker

Step 3: Place a letter sticker on the middle of the white circle.

hole punchStep 4: Punch out two holes directly across from each other towards the top of the scallop circle.

Step 5: Repeat steps 2-4 for every letter.

Give thanks garlandStep 6: String the letters and hang up your garland.

Give thanks garland
This garland will be displayed for a Friendsgiving party that I’m hosting, which you can see all the details for here if you’re looking for more fall decorating inspiration! Don’t be afraid to customize your garland and get creative — make it your family name, “Happy Thanksgiving”, or anything that makes your Thanksgiving feel a little more festive!

Thanks for dropping by, be sure to let us know what you think in the comments below!

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