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Learn how to make a garland for spring with wood beads and spools of thread. Use springtime pastel colors to make it perfect for Easter decor!
One of the easiest ways to decorate your home for the changing seasons and holidays is with a garland; they are fun to make, easy to hang, and make a big impact with a little bit of effort.
Today, we are going to make a garland for spring, using wood beads and vintage spools of thread in pastel colors.
It’s perfect as an Easter garland or as a garland for the whole spring season!
How to Make a Garland for Spring with Wood Beads and Spools of Thread
Step 1: Gather Supplies
- Spools of Thread – we used vintage wooden spools from thrift stores, in pastel colors
- Wood Beads
Step 2: Cut a length of twine for your garland.
Step 3: Tie a loop at one end of the twine.
Step 4: Wrap packing tape around the other end of the twine to make it easier to thread beads and spools of thread onto it.
Step 5: Begin adding wood beads and spools of thread to your garland in any order or combination you want.
You can do a random order, or follow a pattern as I did here: one bead, one spool of thread, two beads, one spool of thread, repeat.
Continue until the garland is finished.
Tie a loop in the other end of the twine.
It’s ready to hang!
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The pastel colors of this spring garland make it a perfect fit for Easter, but it’s also very Spring-like and works for the whole season!
If you make one like this, I’d love to see it!
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