- 1 How do you make a Christmas Teardrop Swag?
- 2 How do you decorate a Christmas swag?
- 3 How do you make a holiday swag?
- 4 How do you make a hanging wreath?
- 5 What is a Christmas swag end?
- 6 How do you make a ribbon swag?
- 7 What Is a swag door?
- 8 How do you make Christmas garland for Mantle?
- 9 How do you make a fresh greenery garland?
- 10 How do you make a Christmas spray?
How do you make a Christmas Teardrop Swag?
To create your artificial Christmas teardrop swag, attach one mini Christmas tree to each side of the floral pick as well as the back of the stem. Spread the branch tips out to create fullness. You can also attach battery operated mini lights throughout the swag wreath and place the battery pack toward the back.
How do you decorate a Christmas swag?
Pine swags look festive over windows and doorways, and create a stunning Christmas mantel. Whatever the theme of your holiday decorations, a swag can be made to complement them. Customize your garlands by embellishing them with silk flowers, ornaments, beads, ribbons and even stuffed animals or feathers.
How do you make a holiday swag?
To make a holiday swag, begin by laying two of the big evergreen branches down on your work surface with their cut ends together, pointing away from you. Cut the third branch into smaller pieces. Lay the smaller pieces over the cut ends of the big branches so they stick out of what will be the top of the swag.
How do you make a hanging wreath?
Cut a 3-inch-wide satin or grosgrain ribbon long enough, when doubled, to hang your wreath at the desired height. Loop ribbon around the back of the wreath form. Join the ends, and fold them over 1/2 inch. Then, secure it to the top of door with thumbtacks.
What is a Christmas swag end?
Swags can vary in shape. Some, like our Frosted Christmas Swag, are garlands that are weighted in the middle and taper towards the ends. These are great for draping over a fireplace, mantelpiece, or mirror to add an instant traditional Christmas feel.
How do you make a ribbon swag?
The swag is easy to make: Begin at 1 end and tie another piece of ribbon onto the base. Drape it down and tie it again a few inches further. Continue until you reach your desired swag length. Repeat the tying and draping with enough ribbon to create a full look.
What Is a swag door?
In lay man’s terms, that means that it’s a gathering of holiday-themed foliage and greenery that is bundled together then hung upside down. You can hang it on your door, on a wall, over an archway, or really anywhere!
How do you make Christmas garland for Mantle?
These ones* are similar.
- Step 1: Start With a Plain Garland.
- Step 2: Add String Lights.
- Step 3: Hang The Garland.
- Step 4: Wind In Some Tulle.
- Step 5: Tie On The Ribbon.
- Step 6: Clip On The Poinsettias.
- Step 7: Stick In the Pine Cone Picks.
- Add the Pearl and Smaller Poinsettia Picks.
How do you make a fresh greenery garland?
- STEP 1: Cut a mix of fresh greenery (cedar, pine, spruce, magnolia, etc…) and let them drink in buckets of water for at least 24 hours.
- STEP 2: Flatten out your faux wired garland.
- STEP 3: Cut your greenery into pieces approximately 6″ long.
- STEP 4: Group 3 to 4 types of greenery into a bunch.
How do you make a Christmas spray?
Cozy Christmas Room Spray
- 16 oz. glass bottle like this or like this.
- 8 oz. distilled water.
- 2 oz. organic witch hazel (or substitute 2 tsp Epsom salt)
- 15 drops orange essential oil.
- 15 drops cinnamon essential oil.
- 10 drops arborvitae essential oil.
- 10 drops clove essential oil.