Diy flower garland wall hanging

Diy flower garland wall hanging DEFAULT

Whether you choose fresh, fake, fabric, or paper flowers, garlands can add the perfect touch to a spring bridal shower, summer wedding ceremony, or dinner party al fresco. This video from Afloral shows how to make a basic garland with artificial flowers. If you want more inspiration from there, we've got a nice lil bouquet of ideas right this way

How to DIY a Basic Floral Garland

This video shows you how to make four different types of garlands, then weaves them together for a lush effect.

Tropical Flower Garland

This stunning fresh-flower garland features a cascade of additional flowers to use as a photo backdrop. The garland itself can also work as a table runner.

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Tissue Paper Garland

Floral Garland Wall Hanging

This garland was used as the centerpiece of a nursery, but the color scheme works in any room in the house. The artist made it with artificial delphiniums, dahlias, and roses.

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Garland a la Branch

You can use tapestry thread to sew together strings of fresh flowers to hang from a branch — this delicate wall hanging requires fewer blooms than you'd need to create a fuller, ropier garland.

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Succulent Fabric Garland

If you're looking for forever blooms to kick-start your fabric garland, Amazon Handmade shop A Market Collection makes these gorgeous felt flowers. They come in lots of color combos, so you can string them together in your own creative way.

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Paper Waterfall Garland

The flowers in this waterfall garland are made from a paper template, so you can vary the colors, shapes, and lengths any way you want.

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Accordion Tissue Paper Garland

This tissue-paper garland features big, bold flowers that can be customized to fit the color scheme of any party — each flower only requires five sheets of accordion-folded tissue paper.

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Garland Base

If you want someone else to handle the green stuff so you can decorate with the pretty flowers, Etsy shop Ratina Handicraft offers strings of artificial-flower garlands in many colors. You can build onto them as you see fit.

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Faux Vine Letters

This garland, made with faux vines and floral wire, is extremely easy to make and can work at a wedding, bridal shower, baby shower, or birthday.

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Fabric Patchwork Garland

If you're crafty with a sewing needle, you can buy the pattern for this garland of charming, stuffed-patchwork flowers perfect for a kid's room.

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Watch: How To Make A Floral Wedding Crown

Make one to match your garland!

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Hanging Flower Streamers


  • 5-foot-long piece of durable, colored string
  • 4-foot-long stick
  • Assorted flowers-stems cut-that dry nicely
  • Roll of twine (no wider than 1 mm), cut into 2- to 5-foot lengths
  • Hot glue gun
Credit: Courtesy of Claire Thomas


1. Take string and knot it at both ends of the stick, checking to make sure there's enough slack to hang the stick and the garlands from the wall once the project is complete.

Credit: Courtesy of Claire Thomas

2. Create the garlands by taking a flower and one length of twine. Tie a double knot around the stem near the base of the blossom, preferably under a set of leaves, so the string is slightly hidden. Repeat, tying flowers at equal intervals apart from each other. If you want the flowers to overlap, tie them closer together, until the length of twine is covered, resembling a lei.

Credit: Courtesy of Claire Thomas

Note: If you can't tie a sturdy knot, add a dollop of hot glue over the knot to secure it.

Credit: Courtesy of Claire Thomas

3. Repeat step 2 until five to seven garlands are complete.

Credit: Courtesy of Claire Thomas

4. Tie the garlands to the stick, spacing them about six inches apart.

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5. Hang garland on the wall with a sturdy tack or durable wall hanger.

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DIY Flower Wall Hanging

Friends, it's February, and we've officially made it through a whole month of The year has had its share of earth-shattering moments already. Moments that make us think, cry, and wonder why there is so much hatred in the world. These moments make what I do here seem so trivial, and today, as I share a flower wall hanging tutorial with you, it's not because I'm unaware, unconcerned or detached from the events surrounding us. It's because I feel that we need to go on living and making, all the while being active members in our communities who support those in need, regardless of how small or how big their needs may seem in the face of what's on the news and our Facebook feeds. So pardon me while I, along with 24 other bloggers, try to bring some pretty to your screens this week as we gear up to celebrate a day all about love, which hopefully we can do everyday!So let's get to celebrating love, shall we?Marquis and I don't normally celebrate Valentine's Day in a big way. We typically have dinner together, some wine, and spend some quality time together - something we try to do often anyway. I'm hoping that as the boys get older we can celebrate Valentine's Day as a fun way to share our love for one another, and as a way to decorate with a little pink around here! That brings me to the wall hangingFlower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverMaking this was super simple, and cost me $0 because I had all of the flowers on hand. See, originally I was going to make this using real flowers, but I couldn't find any I really loved, and when I did, I realized I would need a lot of them, and they wouldn't all dry very nicely Long story short, it made more sense to go with faux blooms. Some of these I bought years ago at the Dollar Store, so they don't need to be very fancy flowers at all, though the peonies fancy this up a bit!All I did was pull them off the stems and group them all together. I didn't end up using all the flowers I chose, but you get the idea. I actually used the leaves from the peonies as well, because I love their shape!Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverUsing a needle and thread (I used an off white), I poked holes into the plastic stem of the flowers and leaves and spaced them out fairly evenly, making sure to make them all different lengths as I went (which I simply did by using more or less flowers).Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner Observer-3Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner Observer-1As for the piece of driftwood I hung them on, it's actually a jewelry holder I had from a couple of years ago, and so I just repurposed it for this hanging. It already had little golden hooks on it (which I purchased at Home Depot), so I just left them on there as they were and wrapped the thread from each flower 'garland' around them, tying a single knot to hold them in place, then cutting off the excess.Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverThat's it! Super simple and easy to make with things you possibly either already have at home, or something that can be made very inexpensively!Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverTo add to the festive and pink new look of the wall hanging, I prettied up our kitchen table a bit, also using things I already had like brass candlesticks, pink candles, a scrap piece of blush lace, and some teacups.Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverFlower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverI also had the wood slices already (they were thrifted!) and the white plates are just from our dish set. Needless to say, I kept it pretty simple, but this is the first room you see when walling into our home, so it definitely feels like a breath of fresh air.Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverFlower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverI'll take any excuse to infuse the house with a little bit of flowers and pink, as I'm sure in a house full of boys, it won't be something I'll get to do often!The little teacup sets were also thrift store finds and I mixed and matched the two sets to make them look a little  more cohesive.Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverFlower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverAnd there you have it, folks! This flower wall hanging may just live in this spot until Spring until some real flowers start to bloom outside!Or until I actually decide to do with this big blank wall, whichever happens first (I'm guessing Spring will come long before I decide!).Flower Wall Hanging - The Learner ObserverNow you have a few more projects I urge you to go check out today because they are all insanely amazing! Check back throughout the week for some more, and follow the hashtag #cbvalentinesday for more!Valentine's Day Hop Graphic


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DIY Paper Flower Garland - Wall Decoration Ideas With Paper Flower - Easy Home Decoration Ideas

Major wall envy.


A branch, twine and your favorite bouquet is all you need to create this bold + chic floral backdrop.

A pretty easy DIY- but be prepared to carve out some time as it does require patience and commitment.

The in-season greens + florals were found at my local Whole Foods and the branch was found on the tree in the parking lot, ha. I have always LOVED the idea of a flower wall and I had no idea where I was going with it when I started, I just went with it.


My floral garland contains

  • Baby breath sprigs
  • Ruscus
  • Peonies
  • Hydrangea
  • Hypericum

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Making your garland is easy. Start off by tying a knot at the top of the branch with your twine. Use floral clippers or scissors to cut the floral to your liking, and then knot the stem.

I left some spaces in between my greens/florals because I like the sparse look. Totally up to you.

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To hang on the wall, I tied twine about inches from the tip on each end (this helps with weight distribution. Originally I had the twine at the end of each branch but it bowed and almost snapped when I hung it.

I secured the hanging garland on the wall with a white thumbtack. & that&#;s it! A whimsical cascade of florals.



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Wall hanging diy flower garland

Decorating our home is one of the most fun things one can do. Choosing the colors, the shapes, the patterns, everything has its own magic. In this article, you can see ideas about garlands and backdrops inspired by flowers.

The floral theme is always a good looking idea. Flowers are a beautiful thing, and no matter which one you choose for your home, it will make it look beautiful as well. One of the ways you can make a floral change in your home is the backdrops or garlands. If you like doing stuff on your own, here are ten floral ideas that you can try out.

1. Cocktail Napkin Flower Garland



For this project, you need cocktail napkins (in any color you&#;d like), scissors, ribbon, ruler, and reinforcement labels. First, you fold the napkin into a triangle three times and make a edges&#; petal form. Unfold the napkin and arrange the layers into a flower. Hold the flower&#;s center and twist it to form a tip. Fluff the petals and repeat the steps until you&#;re done with all the flowers. The next step is to cut strands of ribbon, place a flower on a ribbon with the round label, measure a few inches and add another label. Tie the end of the floral and ribbon strands with a stick, metal rod, or wooden dowel.

2. Scattered Flowers



To make these lovely pink flowers, you need tissue paper sheets, scissors, masking tape or glue dots, and a blank wall. First of all, cut the tissue paper into sheets in 20&#; or 10&#; and fold them accordion-style, and cut one end in a round shape. Unfold the tissue and crumple the square end slightly. Make a double-sided masking tape by folding a piece of it around itself and place it on one end of the crumpled tissue paper. Stick the opposite end to the other side of the masking tape, and in that way, you&#;ll form a flower shape.

3. Paper Flower Lei Garland



For this project, you can get the free printables, and besides that, you&#;ll need twine, a large darning needle, colorful cardstock, scissors, glue, a round pencil or pen, white glue or tape, and a measuring tape, which is optional. Cut the cardstocks into flowers and bend the flower&#;s tab, and dry-fit the flower together. Apply glue to the tab and glue the flower together. Hod the bond until the glue hasn&#;t cooled enough. After you finish with the glue, curl the petals and plan the order of the flowers. The next step is using the baker&#;s twine, start tying knots, and add flowers. For more details, visit the website.

4. Tissue Paper Garland



For this amazing, pink floral garland, you only need three materials: tissue paper, wire, and tape. Cut the paper into petal shapes, pinch them in the center, add more of them and create a flower. When you get the desired shape, wrap it around and secure it with a piece of tape. When you are done with the flowers and the wrapping, take a piece of wire and push it through the flowers&#; center. Secure them by adding one more piece of flower tape, and then you can hang them.

5. Spring Paper Flower Garland



For these colorful projects, the flowers and the leaves are made using gold, mandarin, azalea, botanic, and fairway sheets. There are 15 pieces of all designs and can be easily made using a cutting machine or cutting them by hand. The flowers are looped around a green ribbon strand and by glue put into place. Between them are glued the leaves. The garland is ideal to be placed on the entranceway or pin across the window. You need colorful paper, glue, ribbon, and scissors.

6. Flower Garland Wall Hanging



To make this flower garland, you have two options. The first one is to tie a double know around the top section of the flower stem and tie the flowers at equal intervals from each other. The other option is to sew twine through the flower&#;s base and repeat adding flowers. It will form a garland similar to lei. This garland is the perfect idea if you want to freshen up your home with something rather unusual. We are used to seeing the same decorations everywhere, but this one is really unique.

7. Paper Flower Wall



If you were looking for something that will take everyone&#;s breath, here&#;s the thing for you. This wonderful wall is really something special, and to make it flawless, you will need a lot of help. These rosebuds, waterlilies, and dahlias require only three materials: paper with color by your choice, glue, and scissors. Depending on the wall material, you might need both hot glue and a staple gun to secure the flowers. It will take a lot of time to make the floral wall, but in the end, the result will be so worth it.

8. Tissue Paper Flower Garland



The tissue paper flower garland is ideal when it comes to parties too. If you plan to make one and you&#;re wondering how to decorate your home for some partying atmosphere, give this garland a try. Make tissue paper flower in different colors. Fold the flowers in the middle and staple. Cut both sides in any shape you want &#; at an angle or a curve. Pull out the tissue layers until the flower is made, and after that, run a thick floral wire along with the garland and add glue onto every flower. End each side of the garland with a small loop of wire so that you can hang it.

9. Flowers & Bees



For this image, it is best to have papers with a pattern or an image. In this case, that is the flowers and the bees, but you can choose something else if you want to. First of all, cut the images and make the order you want the images to be. Flip them over and with scotch tape, stick them to a string. Don&#;t forget to leave some space between the pictures. Trim the string from the ball when you get the length you want, and the final step is to hang it on the wall.

 Floral Wall



This floral garland isn&#;t the usual one, but it&#;s really unique, pretty, and probably the easiest on the list. Begin by printing the scanned flowers PDFs offered on the page, and make it on hard cardstock. You have few flower types here, but if you prefer, choose only one or two. Cut the flowers and tape them on a wall by rolling a piece of blue painter&#;s tape and attach it to the back of the flower. Use gold washi tape as a stem decoration.

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Move over string lights and funky tapestries, because now that spring is coming, we're pumped to dress our homes with these gorgeous flower wall garlands, which prove that sometimes the simplest pieces can really change the whole atmosphere of the room. As seen blooming on Pinterest, this easy-to-hang decoration creates a stunning backdrop on even the plainest wall. They seem to be popular pieces to hang above baby's crib, as well as for party and event decor.

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There are two ways to get yourself a flower wall garland. You can shop the numerous versions already available on sites like Etsy, or you can fashion your own using fresh flowers. Personally, I'd prefer to buy one with artificial blooms rather than string my own and watch it shrivel up over a few weeks. However, DIYing one of these is perfect if you're hosting an event and need a quick and easy statement piece that's more interesting than a bouquet.

Lifestyle blogger The Kitchy Kitchen offers a fabulous tutorial on how to create your own. Basically, you trim your flowers of choice into springy little stems, then double knot each stem onto a piece of twine that measures two to five feet in length. After adding flowers to six or so pieces of twine, tie each piece of twine to a branch. Using one more piece of twine, tied to both ends of the branch, you can make a hanger strap so the piece can easily be hung from a nail in the wall. Sound too complicated? Don’t worry, I've also included some of my fave flower wall garlands to shop below.

Flower Garland Wall



Hanging Loren Garland



Felt Floral Backdrop



Sunflower Wall Decor



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