Day 10: If you have little children and you want to make your Christmas tree more kid friendly, here are a few easy garland ideas. But don’t be surprised if bits of your garland get nibbled on or if the entire garland goes missing. These are pretty easy for children to make and string, but I would recommend adult supervision.

1. crochet a single chain with a large hook and thick yarn
2. wrap festive or vintage ribbon around your tree
3. thread fluffy white pom pom balls together using a big needle and thick thread
4. string marshmallows and popcorn together using a big needle and baker’s twine (I found colored popcorn at a popcorn store at the mall)

Photo by Nicole Hill Gerulat


  1. Que maravilha!!! E melhor ainda, agora com a explicação em português… PARABÉNS!!!

    Patrícia    Monday, December 5, 2011
  2. i shared your idea here plse take a look – if you have a problem with me using your picture plse say email me and I’ll take it donw straight away!

    many thanks
    Betty Bake
    my other blog

    Betty Bake    Monday, December 5, 2011
  3. so sinkin cute! What did I do before we could pin? =)

    teresa    Monday, December 5, 2011

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