The Christmas garland is a decorative item that belongs in many houses at the end of the year. Commonly used in entrance doors, they can be made with various materials, including: leaves, fir branches, colored balls, flowers, arches, stars, and others.
This decorative ornament on the door is a great way to greet visitors at Christmas dinner, so we recommend betting on creative models that will personalize the owners of the residence.
The garland can easily be purchased from home decor stores and craft stores. Another option is to make your own garlands using simple and inexpensive materials that can be found in department stores and decorative accessories.
Models and photos of Christmas garlands
To find the best option that suits your tastes and style, find the testimonials we have and rate where you’d like to start. We separate beautiful pictures from garlands with different approaches to inspire you. At the end of the post, check out some suggestions with the simple step by step how to set up your home.
In a natural style
Figure 1 – Model with different types of leaves.
Picture 2 – Christmas garland with pines and balls in copper color.
Picture 3 – With bows and golden balls.
Picture 4 – A beautiful green model with flowers.
Figure 5 – Mini garlands hanging in the window by red ribbons.
Figure 6 – Garland model for the front door.
Image 7 – Small green wreath with a bow in laughter color.
Image 8 – Garland with leaves, white lace and bells attached with a rope.
Picture 9 – Garland with pines, ribbon with polka dots and an aged look.
Picture 10 – Beautiful arrangement in the garland with silver balls of different sizes.
Image 11 – Garland with pine cones, flowers and cream-colored lace.
Image 12 – Hanging garland model with flashing lights and a small illuminated house.
Figure 13 – Simple Christmas wreath with autumn leaves and lace with a wine ribbon.
Image 14 – A simpler example focusing on green.
Picture 15 – Small garland with green leaves and a red tip.
Image 16 – Various Christmas wreaths with pink bow.
Picture 17 – Small garland made of a gold wire with a hook.
Image 18 – Another option is to use fruits for the decoration, like the apples in this example.
Image 19 – Garland with small flowers and green leaves.
Image 20 – Template made with pine trees and a winter snowflake.
Picture 21 – Simple garland made of green leaves hanging from silver tips.
Picture 22 – Garland with wooden arch and leaves.
Image 23 – Small models that inspire you.
Picture 24 – Traditional pattern with green leaves and a large red tip.
Image 25 – Small garland pattern to hang on the door with a thin red ribbon.
With fabric, felt, thread or wool
Picture 26 – Guirlanda with baseline.
Image 27 – Model with fabric in pastel colors.
Image 28 – Beautiful Christmas wreath made of felt fabric with some decorative details such as the kitten, stars and the doll’s biscuit.
Image 29 – A good way to use old fabrics: cut strips and add the garland.
Picture 30 – Beautiful model of the Christmas wreath made with leaves in felt fabric with different colors.
Image 31 – Model with white fabric ribbons with red polka dots wrapped around the garland. The thin red ribbons and flags add identity.
Image 32 – Green felt garland with red tip.
Picture 33 – Garland model with fabric flowers of various prints and buttons.
Image 34 – Add the romance with felt hearts from different prints.
Image 35 – Another option is to use the felt to make family dolls and add them to the garland.
Picture 36 – Simple garland model with fabric lines and blue stars.
Picture 37 – Garland model made of green fabric with a large lace, Santa Claus and colored flashing lights.
Image 38 – A very stylish model: hearts and bows with different fabrics.
Image 39 – Neutral garland model with rolled jute, beige and white striped lace and artificial leaves.
Image 40 – Red and white fabric garland with a bow in the same style.
Image 41 – Garland with yellow, salmon-colored and green fabric flowers.
Picture 42 – Santa Claus garland with red ribbon, bell and felt.
Figure 43 – Model of the simple white garland with plaid fabric.
Image 44 – Simple garland with felt balls, hung on a green ribbon with a bow.
Picture 45 – Pattern with flowers, buttons and ties made of different fabrics.
Figure 46 – Garland with several pieces of green felt fabric.
Figure 47 – A beautiful fabric model that highlights Santa’s doll.
Picture 48 – Simple felt wreath with puppy face, stars and buttons.
Image 49 – Beautiful garland with folded jute fabric.
Image 50 – Simplified model with disk and small embroidery.
Image 51 – Garland with an interlaced check pattern.
Picture 52 – Garland model with pearls and fabric flowers.
Picture 53 – Beautiful proposal with hearts from fabrics of different prints.
Figure 54 – Beautiful garland with crochet stitches.
Image 55 – Clear Christmas garland with polar bear dolls.
Picture 56 – Garland with different fabric flaps, red ball and ribbon.
Colorful and fun
Image 57 – Colorful garland with cherries and pink lace.
Image 58 – Garland with colored Christmas balls: pink, gold, blue and silver.
Image 59 – Garland pattern with folding and jute holder.
Picture 60 – Another model of the Christmas wreath.
Image 61 – Nice model to match the door color: Here the boxes are the highlight of this garland.
Picture 62 – Model of the garland dolls of reindeer and Bambi.
Picture 63 – Beautiful colorful model with glitter, gold bow and pearls with mirror pieces.
Picture 64 – Garland with different colors of ribbons and fabrics.
Image 65 – A model using several colored paper balls to make the garland.
Picture 66 – Model of the white garland hung on a lace and a red ribbon.
Picture 67 – A nice combination of garland and frame. Gold is the highlight of this model.
Image 68 – Garland with several colorful candies.
Picture 69 – Garland with colored fabric, a small house and Christmas trees.
Picture 70 – Beautiful multicolored model.
Picture 71 – A proposal highlighted in light blue and pink.
Picture 72 – Different models with orange and yellow fabric flowers.
Figure 73 – Simple garland with lines, colored felt cutouts and a large red ribbon.
Picture 74 – Feminine garland with pink and blue flowers, hung on a red ribbon with white polka dots.
Picture 75 – For those who are a fan of berries.
Picture 76 – Wreath with bright colors!
Image 77 – How about folds and cutouts with paper to make a simple wreath?
Screenshot 78 – Fun garland mockup related to video games.
Image 79 – Beautiful white wreath with colored balls. A soft and delicate combination.
Image 80 – Different model with laminated / glossy paper.
Figure 81 – Green garland with pink ribbon and colored balls, glossy and frosted.
Image 82 – Garland with various fabric flowers.
Picture 83 – Simple model of the Christmas wreath with colored balls.
Photo 84 – Fun garland made with yellow balls.
Image 85 – Combination of green, red and pine cones.
Image 86 – Traditional green and red garland with a snowman in the middle.
Image 87 – Wooden garland with white and silver balls.
Picture 88 – Simple and small model of the garland with artificial cherries.
Image 89 – A lively combination for a white door: green and red balls.
Picture 90 – Painted wooden garland with Santa Claus in the middle.
Picture 91 – An example using toilet paper rolls to find a cheap and practical solution.
Image 92 – Simple garland with white buttons.
Picture 93 – Model with leaves in the aged style.
Picture 94 – Garland model with the birth of Jesus Christ.
Image 95 – A beautiful model with shiny silver.
Image 96 – Put the couple’s initials as part of the decoration.
Picture 97 – Traditional garland with red and gold balls.
Picture 98 – Garland in rustic style.
Image 99 – A model that has been worked out with a special touch of “snow”.
Image 100 – Template made with several snowflakes.
Image 101 – Beautiful model of the Natalina garland with two ties.
Picture 102 – Garland with more neutral colors.
Picture 103 – Model of the Christmas wreath with berries.
Image 104 – Beautiful feminine garland with shiny balls, with
Picture 105 – Simple model with thin base and small detail in the corner with leaves.
Picture 106 – Simple and inexpensive Christmas garland with painted preachers.
Image 107 – Garland model with different types of feathers.
Picture 108 – Two-layer garland assembled as Lego.
Picture 109 – Model of the dark and fine garland.
Image 110 – Simple model, connected with hot glue from paper rolls.
Figure 111 – Model using a fine golden arch as a base.
Picture 112 – Large model hung with red ribbons.
Image 113 – Garland suspended from ropes.
Picture 114 – Model made from small felt trees.
Image 115 – A simple and inexpensive option that can be done at home with newspapers.
Picture 116 – Delicate garland connecting wood with golden leaves.
Image 117 – A creative option that uses different maps with Predators.
Image 118 – Differential model with transparent stars connected by red ribbons.
Image 119 – Single garland pattern with one color.
Image 120 – Guirlanda in a minimalist style: a wonderful creation!
Where to Buy Christmas Garlands
There are several shops that sell ready-made garlands, some with the work of different artisans. Here are some websites you can visit right now:
How to make Christmas wreaths step by step
Now that you’ve checked out dozens of garland designs in the photos, let’s move on to the tutorial videos that show you step by step for each type of model. Here’s how you can start making your own garland at home today:
1. Tutorial to make a simple Christmas wreath with accessible materials
Step by step to make a Christmas wreath.
3. How to make a Christmas wreath with patchwork and MDF.
4. How to make a beautiful garland with jute
5. Easy to make a Christmas wreath with felt step by step