Hi all! Today I am sharing the light bulb Santa garland that I made from the leftover hand-painted light bulb Santa ornaments from last week’s post. There will be five light bulb Santa’s included in the Christmas garland.
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DIY Light Bulb Santa Garland
I looked all over for some small fabric scrapes to use for the garland and finally came up with this roll of ribbon that I had found at the Dollar Tree.
First, I cut this ribbon into approximately quarter inch strips.
Then cut a piece of twine about 4 ½ feet long and tie a loop on each end.
Use a marker to mark on the twine where to evenly place the light bulb, Santa’s.
Then start adding the ribbon by folding the ribbon evenly and place under the twine and running the two loose ends back up over the twine and through the loop to connect to the twine.
Keep adding the ribbon pieces up to the marker for the Santa bulb placement then connect the Santa with the ribbon. Then continue until all the ribbon pieces and Santa’s are all connected to the twine forming the light bulb Santa garland.
Afterwards I decided to go back and add a couple bells to each light bulb Santa with gold thread by just tying them onto the twine hanging loops.
That’s it for this cute light bulb Santa garland.