Easy paper Christmas garland with Christmas trees and stars is our idea for a Christmas decoration. With our templates you can make several versions of the garland. When you use more accessories like pom poms and stickers, you will get even more combinations.
Together with the girls we made 3 garlands:
- Just stars
- Stars, Christmas trees and pom poms
- Christmas trees, foam stickers and pompoms
What will your version be? 😁
- Colored printer paper (also called copier paper)
- Foam stickers and pom poms – optional to additionally decorate the garland.
- Garland templates – to be printed on colored paper
How to make a Christmas garland
First, print Christmas tree and star templates on color paper. There will be 12 elements on each sheet of paper. I printed the Christmas trees on green and the stars on yellow paper.
The next step is cutting out all the elements. The patterns are quite simple, so even younger children can handle them. I was cutting with my daughters 4 and 7 years old.. I have learned to accept the imperfections and the most important thing is having fun 🙂
The last step is sticking the cut elements onto a string. It is best to smear one element with glue, put a string on it and stick another element on top. So a Christmas tree on a Christmas tree, a star on a star.
Additionally, the garland can be decorated with glitter stickers or pom poms. We have a pompous frenzy, so this time we couldn’t miss them 😀
Paper Christmas garland with Christmas trees and stars is ready 🙂
Check out our ideas
If you are looking for more DIY Christmas ideas, you can find them in the Christmas section.
Ideas for Christmas cards you will find here.
Ideas for Christmas tree ornaments are here.
All other DIY ideas for Christmas, including potato stamps or gift tags are available here.
However, if you are looking for more inspiration for playing with children, you can find them in the section DIY with kids.
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Nothing gives more satisfaction than doing something yourself. I haven’t even thought about DIY as my hobby, I’ve just done different “projects” when it was needed. Sometimes it’s a disguise for the Masquerade Party in kindergarten. Another time, cutting out the pumpkin and baking the witch’s fingers for Haloween. Or simply organizing holiday souvenirs. Now I decided to share my realizations with you. Let’s go it together!