So Christmas is in full swing over at our house and I’ve been working on several Christmas related projects that I will be posting on the blog! This will be Nash’s first Christmas and that alone has really gotten me into the Christmas mood, even down to the decorating. I want this Christmas to be very special in every way for little Nash and our family!
I got the idea for this simple gold geometric garland from the blog Almost Makes Perfect. I used several different sizes of triangles for my version and used a pattern of 2 triangles, then 3, then 2, etc. It was so easy to make and I love how it transformed the mirror in my living room to something special and festive for Christmas.
Supplies you will need:
1. Metallic gold card stock paper (or any thick paper for that matter!)
2. Scissors/paper cutter
How to make:
Measure out the bases of your triangles and cut them out. As you can see below, I made three different sizes. For the southwestern vibe of this garland, you will want to make the triangles with a wider base and shorter in height, if that makes sense. Not with three equal sides. I found the metallic gold paper at Hobby Lobby and didn’t even use two whole sheets to make this garland.