DIY halloween garland

I love halloween but some of the decor is way too expensive! So I but together this garland as cheap as possible. Here ya go!

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First you’ll need 1. A dollar store strand of purple lights
2. A couple different colors o ribbon or tulle.

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I bought tulle from hobby lobby for 50% off and it cost 1.50 a piece. I could of made at least 3 or 4 garlands will all the tulle.

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Cut tulle and tie it on to the lights. That’s all!

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I love the way it looks with the lights on!

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But it also looks great without lights!
I also added a multicolored ribbon to tie all the colors together. I love doing this project and it really made it so that I can have more Halloween decorations in my home. Enjoy!
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Party garland!

My mom is a genius and made this birthday party garland for Shaylie’s Jessie party. For those of you that aren’t familiar with Jessie, she is from Toy Story 2. She is a cowgirl that is friends with woody and bullseye the horse. Image

I took this picture the night of the party. The garland looked great during the day but at night it really looked great

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So this is how she did it. She got a normal string of christmas lights and first added the ribbon.

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The ribbons were a cowgirl theme and the colors of the party. She also added tulle.

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added wooden cut outs from Hobby Lobby and they are about 49 cents each. There was a horse, a boot, and a red star.

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Then for a personal touch she added cow frames (dollar frames add the cow spots) with the birthday girls picture. And there you go!

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Just as cute as at night!