How To Make Paper Decorations

Fun, Simple and Unique: DIY Paper Decorations

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1. Paper Flower Wall Decor

CHECK OUT THE GALLERY Using paper flowers as wall décor is a fantastic idea, and because they are made of paper, they will never go out of style. Colors and sizes are all up to you, but we recommend starting with huge paper flowers from Maison de Pax in a nice white hue to get you started.

2. Zig Zag Accordion Streamers

A big event calls for a big celebration, and when the next big event comes around for you, make sure your home is ready to welcome everyone! Consider hanging some accordion streamers from the ceiling to give the space a more festive appearance, and be sure to use a variety of various colored papers in order to create an energetic atmosphere! Oh, Happy Day! has the directions for you.

3. Tissue Paper Pom Poms

VIEW IN GALLERYPom poms are a great way to brighten up any room! Regardless of where you hang them, the room will be filled with an uplifting and joyous attitude immediately! Make super-sized tissue paper pom poms with your chosen brilliant color tissue paper by visiting Exclusively Weddings.

4. Flower Balls

VIEW IN GALLERYPerhaps you want to incorporate flowers into your home décor but are afraid to do so because you don’t want to go the traditional path. The House of Smithscan provide you with a new and interesting method to incorporate flowers into your home decor! Decorate a space with paper flower balls in a variety of bright colors and place them in any area that needs to be brightened.

5. Tropical Paper Garland

VIEW IN GALLERYI believe that the majority of us would like to live in a tropical climate where the sensation of summertime lasts throughout the year! If you are unable to relocate at this time, you may still add a touch of the tropics into your house by creating a paper garland with a tropical motif on the front or back. Find out how to do it at Studio DIY!

6. Rainbow Paper Fan Garland

CHECK OUT THE GALLERY A happy house is one that is filled with color! When you’re preparing your home for a party, you want it to be a source of joy and happiness for your guests. For this reason, your next party must include this paper fan garland from Ice Cream Off Paper Plates, which is available in every hue of the rainbow!

7. Paper Ice Cream Garland

GALLERY VIEW All paper decorations have a high level of charm, but this ice cream garland by Oh Happy Day is an amazing standout. In the summertime or anytime you decide to have an ice cream party, this paper decoration will look great in your home!

8. Paper Tassel Garland

TAKE A LOOK AT THE GALLERYTassels are a very popular option of adornment, although they may be a little predictable at times.

Do you want to preserve the tassels but add a surprise element to the design as well? Making a tassel garland entirely out of paper is demonstrated by Blue I Style, which is a delightfully surprising take on the traditional method.

9. Paper Circle Garland

See more in the galleryIf you’re looking for a modern and obvious décor item but don’t have a lot of spare time to construct something elaborate, a simple paper circular garland is your best choice! If you hang it near a window, the air will cause the garland to move and spin, giving it a lively appearance. Check out the Fresh Crush lesson for more information.

10. Paper Fans

CHECK OUT THE GALLERY For some reason, paper fans are a popular choice of decor, perhaps because they are not only attractive to look at, but they are also enjoyable to build! Make beautiful paper fan decorations for your houses this weekend by inviting your friends over to your home and hosting a paper fan making party, following the guide from Craftaholics Anonymous!

11. Big Paper Daisy

CHECK OUT THE GALLERY We couldn’t resist including another paper flower, and especially a daisy, in this collection! A large paper daisy created by The House That Lars Builthas the potential to become the most conspicuous and appealing wall decoration in your home, especially if you produce more than one and cover the entire wall with them as a whole!

12. Tissue Paper Butterflies

When it comes to paper decorations, tissue paper is your most dependable ally, as you can see in the following galleries. You can use it to create a variety of different décor items, and Country Hill Cottage’s paper butterflies are a perfect example of how you may do so. Make these in a variety of colors and shapes to create a lovely butterfly impression in your house! Instructions:

6 Easy DIY Paper Party Decorations

We’ve only been in the New Year for a couple of days, but we’ve already reached that stage of being stir-crazy. That the whole country has been gripped by a “polar vortex,” forcing temperatures to fall, isn’t helping matters, either! Making indoor activities a high priority in our family therefore becomes increasingly important. In addition, we have a birthday celebration to arrange for this coming Saturday. In my capacity as a blogger, I usually experience a pang of guilt when I reveal that we’re hosting the party somewhere other than our house.

  1. Perhaps we could create a garland to hang around the beautiful kids art studio that will be hosting our small get-together.
  2. Even if you don’t have a party planned, these projects, which include the garland, are a great way to warm yourself on these chilly days.
  3. Thanks to Design Mom for the tutorial.
  4. Add beautiful bowls to dressers and tables to contain all of the flotsam and jetsam that accumulates in our household.
  5. Anyone else still pursuing the unattainable aim of writing thank-you notes after the Christmas season has passed?
  6. Visit to learn how to make a Tissue Paper Lantern.
  7. That’s the type of DIY I’m into these days: quick and dirty!
  8. And now for something completely different from all of those tissue paper flowers and lanterns you’ve seen around—what a fantastic contemporary form!
  9. Tissue Paper Accordion Bursts (Do It Yourself) For the instruction, please see A Subtle Revelry.

The DIY Multicolored Tissue Garland seen at the top of this page is available at Pizzazzerie, where you can also find the technique.

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10 DIY Tissue Paper Party Decorations

Making your own party decorations out of tissue paper is a really cost-effective option. Tissue paper may be used in a variety of ways (some of these tissue paper craft ideas are surprisingly simple), and the colors can be changed to match any holiday or party color scheme. In addition, using it for party decorations is a fantastic way to repurpose and recycle excess tissue paper from present wrapping! 10 DIY tissue paper party decorations are included, including DIY Tissue Paper Flowers, DIY Tissue Paper Flower Napkin Rings, DIY Flower Pomander Balls, DIY Paper Flower Wreath, DIY Tissue Paper Tassel Garland, DIY Fringe Backdrop, DIY Tissue Paper Numbers, DIY Tissue Paper Confetti, and DIY Tissue Paper Confetti.

These ideas should be pinned to your party planning boards so that you can easily access them when you need a quick, inexpensive, and simple party décor.

DIY Tissue Paper Flowers

DIY tissue paper flowers are a beautiful way to add extra color and excitement to your parties and other gatherings. They are excellent for use as party backdrops and for table decorations, among other things. Produce these tissue paper pom pom flowers and you’ll be amazed at how simple they are to make. Create your own tissue paper flowers in whatever size or color you like, or use a mix of colors to create a colorful backdrop for a fiesta like the one seen above. To make this tissue paper project, you’ll need the following supplies: Instructions:

  • Begin with eight pieces of tissue paper and fold them in half like a fan
  • Using scissors, create a scallop shape at the ends of the braid. Tie a ribbon around the middle, then gently separate each piece of paper
  • Suspend from the ribbon, or mount it to a wall, party backdrop, or table for display.

Tissue Paper Flower Napkin Rings

DIY décor ideas that are simple and cost-effective, especially budget-friendly table setting ideas that add a little extra glitz and glam to a holiday table, are my favorite. I’m constantly on the lookout for quick and easy DIY projects that have a big effect. these are some of my absolute favorite findings! This year, I made these quick DIY Thanksgiving napkin rings for my Thanksgiving table and I’m really pleased with how they came out. The aesthetic of the smaller napkin ring flowers may be changed by color, by cutting the tips more round (for a fluffier mum-style look) or more pointy (for a more pointed look), and by using the same approach as the bigger DIY tissue paper flowers above (for a dahlia-like look).

Increase the amount of sheets of tissue paper you use to create the flowers to make them appear fuller as well. To learn how to make these simple DIY napkin rings, visit Fab Everyday: Easy DIY Napkin Ring Ideas.

DIY Flower Pomander Balls

Mander balls are frequently featured in weddings as décor elements (hanging from the borders of aisles or from centerpieces), as an accessory carried by the flower girl, or as a combination of both. They may be fashioned from real or silk flowers, but I prefer to use tissue paper flowers because they are more affordable (which also last much longer than pomanders made from real flowers). If you want to make larger pom poms or smaller napkin rings, you may use the same DIY tissue paper flower approach as described above, and then connect them to a craft foam ball with a ribbon loop to complete the look.

DIY Paper Flower Wreath

By constructing your own pom poms or flower wreaths out of tissue paper, you may save money on high-end decorations. A DIY paper flower wreath may be made in the same manner as the DIY tissue paper flowers, by following the same steps as before. Above a Christmas mantle, or in different seasonal hues for other times of the year, this tissue paper creation looks fantastic. DIY Paper Flower Wreath is an easy-to-make tissue paper flower wreath that you can find on Fab Everyday:DIY Paper Flower Wreath.

DIY Tissue Paper Tassel Garland

You know those gorgeous tassel garlands that people use to decorate tables and backgrounds for parties and other events? Did you know that you can manufacture them yourself out of tissue paper in a matter of minutes? With this budget-friendly party DIY, the color combinations and design choices are virtually limitless. Here’s how to make tassels out of tissue paper. What you’ll need to build a tissue paper tassel garland is as follows:

  • Tissue paper
  • Measuring tape
  • A pen
  • Scissors
  • Twist-tie or scotch tape
  • Ribbon, string, or yarn
  • A sewing machine
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  • Using tissue paper, fold sheets in half lengthwise (you can do a few sheets at a time if you want to save time)
  • To cut using scissors, measure and draw 1/2′′-1′′ lines, then cut them with scissors, leaving approximately an inch at the folded area of the top
  • Unfold the tissue paper and divide each sheet into its own envelope. Roll the sheet starting in the middle and continuing until it is completely rolled. Carefully comb out any tangled fringe that has formed. Tie the center together with a twist tie or use scotch tape to hold it in place until you’re finished
  • Tie them together with ribbon, thread, or yarn.

DIY Tissue Paper Fringe Garland

Another inexpensive, simple, and amazing DIY party decoration, this tissue paper fringe garland is made from tissue paper. Use these on the front of food tables, hanging from backdrops, surrounded by balloons, or anyplace you want to bring some color into your party. You may use whatever color combination you like to create these. The following are the steps to build a tissue paper garland: What you’ll need is the following:

  • The following items are required: Tissue paper (either in a single color or a mix of colors), a stapler, scissors, and tape.

Get the details about South Lumina Style by clicking here. Consider a similar garland (a ruffled tissue paper garland) seen on Lemon Thistlehere if you have less time but still enjoy the overall aesthetic of the garland.

DIY Fringe Backdrop

This tissue paper backdrop is amazingly simple to make, yet it has a significant influence on the overall look of your party décor. Tissue paper and scissors are all that are required to create this DIY fringe background. Depending on the holiday or party theme, arrange the fringe strips on a wall in a variety of festive color combinations (it looked awesome in fiesta-inspired colors for thisCinco de Mayo party backdrop). How to create a fringed backdrop is as follows:

  • Two to three pieces of tissue paper (depending on how large you want your background to be) should be layered together and then folded in half from top to bottom
  • Fold them a couple of times from left to right to make them more flexible (in a large accordion). This will save you time by reducing the number of cuts you must make. Make long, 1/2-inch-wide fringe cuts from the bottom up, ending approximately 2 inches from the folded section at the top, using scissors. Distinguish the layers and pin or tape them next to one other in a row on the wall with the folded edge facing up
  • Add more colors and layer them over each other, overlapping at the folded top part so that the fringe covers the pins or tape
  • Repeat with the remaining colors.

Alternately, you may clip the edges at an angle and connect them to a foam board shape, as demonstrated in this YouTube video by Oh Joy.

DIY Tissue Paper Number

This inexpensive and simple DIY Tissue Paper Number is one of the cheapest and most straightforward party DIYs I’ve ever created.

Ideal for a birthday party or photograph as well as a milestone anniversary celebration, this dress is really stunning. Here’s how to put it together. For this crumpled tissue paper number, you’ll need the following supplies:

  • The number is made of wood or cardboard that has been carved into the shape of a number Tissue paper
  • Glue gun with glue sticks
  • Glue sticks


  • You may either purchase a wooden number at a craft store or make your own number form out of cardboard. One portion at a time, apply hot glue to a segment of the number and adhere a piece of crumpled tissue paper to the glue
  • Repeat with the other sections. Continue until the full number has been covered.

DIY Paper Fan Decorations

I really like how these DIY paper rosettes have a basic yet high-impact appearance. Solid colors, or a combination of solid and patterned papers, can be used to create these ornaments. These simple 4th of July party backdrops and this champagne-themed bachelorette party both include DIY paper fan decorations that look amazing grouped together on a background. Making paper rosettes (DIY paper fan decorations) is simple. Here’s how: Watch this video guide from The Crafty Mom on YouTube to learn how to do it yourself.

DIY Tissue Paper Confetti

These DIY paper rosettes have a clean, uncluttered appearance that has a lot of visual punch. Solid colors, or a combination of solid and patterned papers, can be used to create these ornamental paper chains. In this champagne-themed bachelorette party and this simple 4th of July party backdrop, DIY paper fan decorations look fantastic packed together on backgrounds. To make paper rosettes (also known as paper fan decorations), follow these steps: This YouTube instructional from The Crafty Mom will walk you through the process step-by-step.

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How To Make Tissue Paper Decorations

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  • Instructions on how to quickly and easily make plastic tablecloth decorations look stunning
  • Instructions on how to make a simple plastic tablecloth ceiling decoration.

There are so many different party decorations that you can purchase that it might be difficult to know where to begin with them. The second issue is that, while they may appear to be inexpensive at first glance, the expense of them soon adds up when you purchase a large number of them. Following the purchase of all of the necessary items, what you first estimated would cost you $5 ends up costing you $55. Doing a little bit of DIY while decorating for a party is a simple and effective method to save money.

But it isn’t as difficult as you would think, and it will save you a significant amount of money in the long run.

Yes, they will need some effort on your part, but they can easily be completed from the comfort of your sofa while watching your favorite television show.

How To Make The Best Tissue Paper Decorations

Smart Party Planning is the source of this information. With the exception of a few minutes of your time, this tissue paper garland is really simple to construct and will cost you next to nothing to put together. Garlands are a terrific way to add a pop of color to your party decor, and they can be customized to fit whatever theme you have in mind. There is no need for any adhesive or tape to be used in the construction of these, making them fully mess-free.

2. Ruffled Tissue Paper Garland

Lemon Thistle is the source of this information.

Garland are one of my favorite things, and this tissue paper garland is really charming. It’s quite simple to create and extremely inexpensive, yet it has a significant impact. Aren’t you sure that’s one of the nicest tissue paper decorations out there, considering how simple they are?

3. Tissue Paper Flower Garland

Jam Blog is the source of this information. It is likely that you will see a lot of these flower garlands being offered on Etsy, but the beautiful thing about them is that they are quite simple to create yourself. Allowing for a little patience on your part, this craft is a fantastic activity to accomplish while watching television at night. Create one of these tissue paper flower garlands for your next party with the help of this tutorial, which walks you through the entire process step by step.

4. Tissue Paper Accordion Bunting

Jam Blog is a good source of information about this subject matter. It is likely that you will see a lot of these flower garlands for sale on Etsy, but the beautiful thing about them is that they are quite simple to create yourself. Although you will want some patience in order to complete the project, it is a fun activity to perform while watching television at night. Making one of these tissue paper flower garlands for your next celebration is easy with this guide, which walks you through the whole process.

5. Tissue Paper Pom Poms Tutorial

Smart Party Planning is the source of this information. Tissue paper pom poms are a perennial party favorite, and they can be found in plenty at party supply stores worldwide. They are most likely one of the most well-known types of tissue paper decorations that exist in existence. The alternative is to make them yourself if you have a little spare time and would want to save a little money on them. I promise you it’s not difficult, and once you’ve completed one, you’ll find yourself in an uncontrollably creative mindset.

6. Tissue Paper Flower Fans

Domestic Fashionista is the source of this information. These tissue paper flower fans, created by “Domestic Fashionista,” are a lovely way to dress up a party background or liven up a drab wall in your home. It is simple to replicate a gorgeous display of fans like this one with a little glue, some folding, and a lot of patience. This is a fantastic illustration of how tissue paper decorations may have a significant impression with no effort on the recipient’s part.

7. Giant Tissue Paper Flowers

Uncommon Designs Online is the source of this image. These tissue paper flowers are really lovely, and they have to be among the most beautiful tissue paper party decorations you will ever see, according to me. You’ll need tissue paper, scotch tape, floral wire, and poster board, as well as some spare time to experiment with your creativity.

8. Stemmed Giant Tissue Paper Flowers

This information comes from the Darice Craft Blog. Perhaps the appearance of these gigantic tissue paper flowers with stalks appeals to you more. I think this would make an excellent picture prop!

9. Geometric Lanterns

Oh, What a Wonderful Day! These geometric lanterns, believe it or not, are fashioned entirely of tissue paper. You just need a few supplies to make them, including tissue paper, double-sided adhesive tape, scissors, a needle and fishing line, to create an eye-catching display.

You can easily make these for your next party with this simple step-by-step instructions. This is indeed the pinnacle of tissue paper decorations!

10. Tissue Paper Age Sign

Oh, Happy Day, says the author. These geometric lanterns, believe it or not, are constructed entirely of tissue paper! This eye-catching exhibit is made entirely of tissue paper and double-sided adhesive tape, with the addition of scissors, a needle, and a fishing line. You may easily make them for your next party with this simple step-by-step guide. Tissue paper decorations at their absolute best!

11. Tissue Paper Backdrop

Lovely, to say the least. An attractive backdrop is always welcome during social gatherings. You may use them behind the food table or as a photo background for your party; either way, they are a terrific addition to any event. It may take some time to put up this tissue paper background, but the end effect will be truly gorgeous. Who would have imagined that a sliver of chicken wire could be transformed into something so beautiful? Now that you’ve been provided with 11 inexpensive DIY tissue paper decorations, the only question left is which one you’ll do first.

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At a low cost, you might as well have some fun and get creative with your decorations when they look this nice.

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How to Make Paper Rosettes {DIY Party Decorations}

When my daughter turned one, I attempted to make all of the party decorations for her first birthday celebration myself. I was unsuccessful. The colors used were pink, mint, teal, and gold, and the motif was confetti. Therefore, I decided to create a birthday background for the dessert table out of paper rosettes. Because the party would be held at a different location, I wanted the background to be something that we could simply transport so that when we arrived at the venue, everything was ready to go.

I hope you enjoy it!

If you’re planning a party, graduation, or even simply to make your bedroom seem gorgeous and festive, this is a wonderfully affordable way to decorate!


  • When my daughter turned one, I attempted to make all of the decorations for her first birthday celebration by hand. I was unsuccessful. The colors were pink, mint, teal, and gold, and the motif was confetti. Therefore, I decided to create a birthday backdrop for the dessert table out of paper rosette flowers and greenery. I needed the background to be something we could easily move because we would be holding the party at a different site, and I wanted it to be ready to put up when we arrived. For this project, I started by creating a slew of colorful big, medium, and tiny paper rosettes, and then embellished the board with an assortment of confetti cutouts to provide a splash of color and festive flair. For this tutorial, I’ll show you how to make paper rosettes for a birthday celebration in any color or design you choose to complement your decor! If you’re planning a party, graduation, or even simply to make your bedroom seem gorgeous and festive, this is a fairly affordable method to do so. Let’s take a dive in together.

To create the miniature paper fan rosette seen below, I took a single sheet of 1212 paper and cut it into a circle. To build a huge rosette, you’ll need three 12×12 sheets that are all cut in the same way and then joined together to form a fan. Several sheets of 1212 paper are required to create a medium-sized rosette.

3 sheets of 1212 scrapbook paper are needed for a large paper rosette. The following materials are needed for a Medium Paper Rosette: 2 sheets of 1212 scrapbook paper The following materials are needed for a Small Paper Rosette: 1 sheet of 1212 scrapbook paper

How to Make Paper Rosettes:

The first step. To make miniature rosettes, begin by folding your paper in half at the 6′′ point, using your score board to guide you. This step is only required when constructing little rosettes; if you are making medium or big rosettes, you do not need to complete this step. The second step. To score your strip of paper, place it on the board and score it every inch as shown on the board. In order to have easy and even lines to fold, the idea is to simply “score” the lines into the paper. The third step is to re-evaluate your situation.

  • The fourth step is to make a decision.
  • Step number five.
  • Sixth step.
  • Step 3: Step number seven.
  • For a large rosette, this step will be slightly different since you will be gluing three “thirds” of the rosette together to form a larger rosette.
  • Punch out a scalloped “topper” for your rosette to add some additional flare/color and to help hold the whole thing together with a little glue.
  • Alternatively, you might make smaller rosettes and stack them on top of each other to form a triple-layered rosette.
  • My intention is to put balloons in the middle of the backdrop that say “ELISE IS ONE” in order to add a particular message to the background.
  • I even considered using it as a photo backdrop for when she eats her smash cake, but decided against it.
  • Overall, it makes the setup highly portable and easy to clean up afterward!
  • I sincerely hope you enjoyed this instruction on how to make paper rosettes.

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How to Make Paper Ring Decorations

Documentation Download Documentation Download Documentation Paper ring chains may be used to create intriguing decorations on their own, but it’s also useful to know how to utilize conventional paper chains in a more creative manner and to do a little more with them than you would normally. Using the instructions in this article, you’ll be able to create a paper chain that you can use as a decorative item for your next party or seasonal event.

  1. 1 Select the paper that will be used to make the rings. This may be either plain paper in any color of your choosing (white, pink, green, etc.) or patterned paper in a pattern of your choice. Several firms provide paper that is expressly designed for the purpose of constructing paper chains, with attractive designs such as children dressed in period costume, butterflies and bees, stripes or dots, and so on
  2. If you want pre-printed paper, try your local craft store or the internet
  • Paper that is sturdy and not fragile should be used. Construction paper is an excellent option. More suggestions can be found in the Tips section below. To strengthen the strength of flimsy paper, it can be bonded to thin card before being cut into strips.
  • 2 Cut strips of paper from the sheet of paper. Decide on the size of the rings you wish to make. Although they may be made in any size that you can handle, the most common size is strips that are 2.5cm/1 inch broad and 20cm/8 inches long
  • Nevertheless, any size is acceptable.
  • Using scissors, cut as many as you need
  • The more the number of links you have, the longer the chain will be
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  2. 3Bend the ends of the strip so that they are parallel to each other. A circle is formed as a result of this. Use a staple, tape, or glue to hold the circular shape in place. 4Place the second strip of paper through the newly formed loop. Again, use glue, tape, or staples to link the ends of the strip together
  3. 5continue to add rings until the chain is the length you desire
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  1. Part 1: Create a multi-colored paper ring chain. Following the instructions in the previous step, create a chain. To make several copies, use different colors for each one. When they’re finished, connect them all together to form a tremendously long chain of beads. Request assistance in placing the long chain up against the wall, across the room, or over an overhanging pergola, among other places.
  • Braid the different hue strands together to create an eye-catching appearance. This will give them more substance and add intrigue to them.
  • 2 Create frames out of paper ring chains to display items. Paper chains can be glued or fastened about the house to draw attention to specific locations or to frame them. Make a paper chain and hang it over your front door or around your windows, for example.
  • Paper chains may be used to frame your desktop computer. This might be a fun way to liven up a drab desk environment
  • Nevertheless,
  • 3Construct wreaths out of paper ring chains. Make use of a wreath basis. Wrap the paper ring chains around the wreath base, being careful not to squash them too tightly. Add a hanger, and it’s ready to be displayed on a wall. 4 Decorate a party table with paper ring chains to make it more festive. Create a party atmosphere by trailing paper chains across a piece of paper. Make an effort to choose colors that are appropriate for the party’s theme or the time of year. For example, red, white, and blue chains for a July 4th celebration, green chains for a St. Patrick’s Day party, and red and green chains for the Christmas season are all appropriate choices. 5 Paper ring chains may be used to dress up garden ornaments. If you’re hosting an outdoor party, make the garden more visually appealing by wrapping various objects with paper chains and hanging them from trees. Dress up the landscape by draping the chains around fences, over statues, and wherever else you think the yard is looking a little dull. You may also use chains to connect trees, such as from a porch to a fence, and so on.
  • If it’s cold outside, instead of a scarf, tie paper ring chains around your snowman’s neck. This will only be effective for the duration of the party, since the chain will absorb wet and degrade rather soon
  • Nevertheless,
  • 6Wear paper ring chains around your neck. Make smaller versions to be worn as necklaces and bracelets instead of the larger ones. Consider using lovely patterned paper to create something distinctive, or matching the color of plain paper to your attire to create a complementing aesthetic. 7 Paper chains can be used to decorate the Christmas tree. These chains may be used in place of tinsel and can be customized to match the color of your tree’s ornaments.
  • You may also build Advent paper chains by writing the date on each chain in a sequential manner and tying them together. The day that comes must be separated from the remainder of the chain until you reach the last date
  • Else, the chain will break.

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  • Make a wall hanging out of it. Hang the paper chains in a manner that they combine to make a single pattern. Ideally, the chains should be suspended from an appropriate height, such as the ceiling, and each chain length should be meticulously designed in order to produce the picture in a color that contrasts with the surrounding chains. This is a difficult technique to master, but the result is amazing
  • Pre-made paper chains should be stored in poster packs to prevent them from being crushed. Thus, you will be able to reuse them when the season or event returns in the future. The following types of paper are ideal for building chains:
  • The following items are acceptable: construction paper, colored paper, newspaper, music sheets, strong magazine paper, paper doilies, ticket stubs, lottery ticket rolls, old postcards, photos that you no longer desire

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  • Scissors, stapler, glue stick, and/or tape are all recommended. Hanging tacks or tape for posters are required. Hooks could be handy in some situations

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My series of easy to create Christmas crafts continues today – and as always, they’re all quick and simple tasks that can be completed in a few of hours and for a few cents each. Today’s topic is how to make paper decorations out of only card. I tried my hand at something similar for Easter with mypaper Easter eggs, and I was so pleased with the results that I wanted to try my hand at modifying them for Christmas as well.

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Printed on a colored card Wool or embroidery thread can be used. Scissors Pritt stick is a type of glue that is used to hold things together. Creating a template for the shapes – I’ve provided some templates below for you to print out and cut around with your scissors.

Total cost: This cost me a grand total of £0 as I had everything lying around at home

Start by printing and cutting out your templates, which are as follows: Proper-click the picture above to save itDraw a circle around the templates – or something that is the right shape – on your card to make it more interesting. For each embellishment, I’ve used a total of 12 cut-outs. When you’ve finished cutting them out, fold each one in half. Here’s how you put all of your parts together to make the decoration: Take your first cut-out and apply glue to one side of it. Repeat with the other half.

  1. Continue in this manner with all of the cut-outs, adhering each one to the one before it.
  2. Although it is not necessary, if you want your ornament to hang on a tree, you should first add some adhesive to the inner ‘core’ and then adhere your looped over embroidery thread to the glue.
  3. Hold for a few seconds to ensure that it is properly secured in place.
  4. I’ve also created some bigger trees, which are excellent for displaying on your dining room table or for using to create a centerpiece for your room.
  5. I hope you enjoyed this quick and simple Christmas DIY – do share your creations with me if you do so, I’d love to see them!
  6. So stay tuned!
  7. Sam Xx

Christmas Paper Office Party Decorations

Those moments from the movie “Elf,” where Buddy stays up all night decorating the department store, are probably familiar to you. Or when he repeats the act in his father’s residence? GENIUS. After much deliberation, we decided to embrace our inner Buddy the Elf and spread some holiday happiness around the office. It just seems strange to us that the area where individuals spend an average of 8 hours of their day is frequently overlooked when it comes to holiday decorations. As a result, we’re making it very simple for you to stop this trend as soon as possible.

This cannot be made any simpler than it is.

Take no notice that it may be bright and sunny outside, since inside will seem like the most amazing winter wonderland you’ve ever experienced!

We aren’t all born elves, so don’t expect to be able to complete the task in a single night.

Get in touch with your inner child by spending a couple of nights decorating your floor with paper decorations! This would be wonderful for a Christmas party at the office, or simply to surprise a coworker with it!


  • 1/2′′-1′′ pieces of paper should be cut and glue the ends of the strips together. Another piece of paper should be inserted within the circle and glued. Repeat

Paper Lanterns

  • Remove the paper from the printer and glue the ends of each strip together. Another sheet of paper should be inserted within the circle and adhered with adhesive. Repeat


  • We discovered a plethora of snowflake patterns and sources of inspiration here

The photography was done by Anna Killian, while the crafting was done by Emily Nielson, Eliza Jackson, and Jayne Verhaaren.

16 Effortless Paper Christmas Decorations

It’s only 21 days before the holiday season begins! Time is running out for those who prepare ahead and those who procrastinate in their preparations for the holiday. When you’re busy shopping for your loved ones, planning your menu, and juggling your holiday parties, it’s easy to let the task of decorating your home fall through the cracks. Instead of wasting your Christmas money on store-bought decorations, try your hand at making them yourself! In addition to being more affordable, this is a wonderful way to get your family into the Christmas mood.

1.Swedish Paper Stars

In Sweden, these elaborate paper stars are a traditional Christmas adornment, and it’s not difficult to understand why. The finished product will look stunning hung in your windows, hung from your ceiling, or suspended above your holiday table. All you have to do is print the template! Take a look at the template from The House That Lars Built and fill it out. Make use of this textured white cardstock for a unique look.

2.Oversized Holly and Berries Garland

This huge garland is sure to be a show-stopping Christmas decoration. Decorate your banisters or mantelpiece with this ornament to provide a touch of additional holiday cheer wherever you wish. Simply follow the instructions in this guide. These papers are ideal for creating your garland:

3.Metallic Paper Wreath

Stop picking up stray pieces of your wreath every time you enter and close the entrance door. This wreath, created by Lia Griffith, is both beautiful and functional, since it will remain looking fresh and green throughout the season. Make use of the following metallic papers: Follow Lia’s step-by-step instructions.

4.Paper Birds

Fill in the gaps on your Christmas tree with color! These paper birds are simple to create and look great nestled amid the branches of your Christmas tree. You could even create a larger version and put it as the top of your Christmas tree. Here’s how to put them together. Make use of this white card stock for a change.

5.Folded Fir Tree

They are ideal for hanging or exhibiting on a table or mantel, and they come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Furthermore, they are simple to produce, making them an excellent project for your children. Discover how to create them. This piece of green paper is ideal.

6.Woven Paper Balls Garland

You can never have too much garland around the holidays! These woven paper balls make a charming addition to your Christmas decorations, whether they’re strung on your tree, from your railings, or anywhere else in your house. They’re available in a variety of sizes. Learn how to make your own woven garland by following this lesson from How About Orange. Make use of these festive hues to brighten up your Christmas decor:

7.Faceted Vase

With this stunning faceted vase, you can display your paper flowers in a colorful fashion.

Here’s how to create one for yourself. Anything you choose to put on show will look stunning when printed on this silver cardboard.

8.Swirly Paper Tree Ornaments

These swirly ornaments will give your Christmas tree a distinctive form and texture that you won’t find anywhere else. Make one for yourself by following this instructions. Make use of double-sided red or green cardstock for this project.

9.Quilled Snowflakes

Paper quilling is a beautiful, complicated craft that is ideal for the holidays. Learn how to make your own quilled paper snowflakes in this tutorial. Consider using shiny silver or metallic blue cardboard as a base.

10.Paper Wall Stars

This Christmas, get a star stuck in your hair! Make these simple paper stars to brighten up barren walls and bring some festive happiness into your home. Kate’s Creative Space has a tutorial for this project. Here are some excellent articles to consider:

11.Paper Lanterns

With these gorgeous paper lanterns by Lia Griffith, you can add a festive atmosphere to your house this holiday season. They’ll look fantastic on your tables or mantelpiece throughout the winter. Here’s how to put them together. Make use of this white card stock for a change.

12.Paper Christmas Lights Garland

These paper Christmas lights are the perfect way to brighten up your home this holiday season without increasing your power cost. To make these, simply follow the instructions provided by Stubbornly Crafty in this tutorial. You may use whatever color you like! Here are a few of our personal favorites:

13.3D Paper Tree

You can never have too many paper trees, believe it or not! This one stands out as very distinctive. Download the downloadable design and use it to construct your own beautiful cutout Christmas tree. Consider suspending it from your ceiling! This green card material is ideal for the task at hand.

14.Paper Holly Wall Art

With this lesson for Paper Holly Wall Artby SnowGraham, you can create a festive backdrop for your holiday photographs or just make your own festive masterpiece to display in your home. All you need is a piece of paper! These green and red card stocks are precisely what the doctor ordered.

15.Paper Poinsettias

Poinsettias are a must-have for every holiday celebration! When it comes to this popular Christmas plant, paper poinsettias are a low-maintenance option. Use this green and red card stock and Lia Griffith’s instructions to create your own.

16.Santa and Reindeer Garland

Please let Santa know that he is welcome! Beautifully crafted, this garland is ideal for hanging above your fireplace. Download the templates and experiment with the following card stocks:

Christmas is Coming!

We’ve all been in that situation. You suddenly realize that Christmas is only a few weeks away and that your home is sadly lacking in holiday spirit. You don’t have to be concerned — making your own Christmas decorations is a quick, simple, and cost-effective method to get into the festive mood! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

22 Paper Christmas Decorations You’ll Want to DIY This Year

That is a place we have all been. You suddenly realize that Christmas is only a few weeks away and that your home is sadly lacking in holiday spirit. But don’t be concerned — making your own Christmas decorations is a quick, simple, and cost-effective way to get into the festive season! Congratulations on your new year’s resolution.

Easy to Make Paper Spiral Decorations

Due to the fact that I am unsure of the proper name for this specific project, I will refer to it as paper spiral decorations. It’s not really interesting, but it is detailed. I didn’t create them with my children; instead, I made them for myself to use as decorations in the playroom for the children. They may appear to be difficult, yet they are not at all. They are simple to construct and, when hung, they look very stunning.

So whether you’re looking for a last-minute activity to keep the kids engaged, or if you just need a few extra decorations, you’ve come to the right place. Make sure to follow myChristmas board on Pinterest for for more holiday inspiration. Remember to save the pin for future reference.

To make these paper spiral decorations you will need:

If you have an A4 sheet of paper, fold it in half to get a square shape. To begin, fold the paper in half. After then, fold it in half once more. After that, you must make slits in the fabric. It is critical that the pieces are cut in the proper manner, or else it will not function. This is how I damaged approximately three of them. You must make the primary fold at the top of the page, the side with the two folds to the left (bottom), and the entirely open side to the right of the page. To do this, start at the bottom and work your way up to the main fold.

Begin by folding the two central pieces together and gluing them together from the center out.

When you have done one side, flip the piece over and repeat the process on the other side.

If you had a good time creating these, you should check out my hanging paper ornament tutorial.

I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

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