Deck the halls with boughs of holly… and lots of other fabulous garlands. While we’ve got our eye on several holiday strands to buy, we are all about the DIY versions, too. From paper feathers to pine cones and popcorn, we’ve got a little something for everyone here. Whether you’re going for a glittery white New Year’s Eve bash or a rustic Scandinavian Christmas, check out these 30 festive garlands and start the stringing!

1. Circle Garland: For a simple but dramatic look, layer up some of these garlands in different colors and shapes. (via Design Love Fest)

2. Ombre Yarn Garland: This yarn garland is so easy to make, it’ll only take a couple episodes on Netflix before you’ve got it whipped together. (via Design Improved)

3. Paper Tassel Garland: The best thing about this DIY tassel garland is that you can customize the colors to your holiday decor. (via Brit + Co)

4. Mini Pine Cone Garland: Not in the mood for glitter? Add some rustic charm to your decor with some mini pinecones. (via Eat, Knit and DIY)

5. Mini Present Garland: If you’re rocking the mini tree this year, make some teeny tiny presents to wrap around it. (via Oh Happy Day)

6. Paper Feather Garland: Feather your nest with some glitter-dipped feathers for some unusual holiday decor. (via Lia Griffith)

7. Ball Ornament Garland: Brit showed us how to make this colorful hearth garland a couple of years ago, and it’s still one of our favorites. (via Brit + Co)

8. Dip Dyed Christmas Lights: Pick up some wooden bulbs at a craft store and then dip them in paint for a fun craft that even the kids can help make. (via Two DaLoo)

9. Feather Garland: Create a colorful feather wall hanging that keeps your decor festive from Thanksgiving all the way into Christmas. (via How Did You Make This)

10. Winter White Foliage Garland: Soft and delicate, these leafy strands bring a natural element into your decor without any of the mess. (via A Subtle Revelry)

11. Felt Ball Garland: Use this tutorial to learn how to make felt balls in your favorite colors, then string them along wherever you please. (via My Sparkle)

12. Glittery Geometric Garland: We love making geometric ornaments for the tree, so pairing them with glitter and stringing them together seems like the next logical step in our obsession with all things faceted. (via Lines Across)

13. French Macaron Garland: The ruffled edges of bottle caps become the perfect little tops for faux macaron pastries. (via I Am a Homemaker)

14. Metallic Tassel Garland: Choose whatever colors you want and mix in some metallic yarn for that special sparkly touch. (via Makers Society)

15. Bow Garland: Download this free printable bow and print it onto some bright paper to add a feminine touch to your holiday decor. (via Something Peach)

16. Paint Splatter Bead Garland: Get ready to make some abstract designs with this fun beaded project. (via Make and Tell)

17. Gold Triangle Garland: Add some metallic edge to your holiday garland with some simple and modern triangles. (via Almost Makes Perfect)

18. Birch Bark Paper Garland: Take those old paper chains to a whole new level by building them out of birch bark paper. (via Dream a Little Bigger)

19. Woven Paper Balls: These are surprisingly fun to make, and you can use any kind of paper — newspaper, metallic paper or colorful craft paper — depending on the look you want. (via How About Orange)

20. Snowflake Garland: Have some fun with metallic pipe cleaners and make a bold garland that brings some faux snow inside your home. (via Vitamini Handmade)

21. Yarn Tassel Garland: Tie up these fluffy and fabulous white yarn tassels to decorate your rooms. (via Confetti Pop)

22. Succulent Garland: Take a novel approach to the traditional pine greenery and dress up your fireplace with a garland made out of succulents. (via Succulents and Sunshine)

23. Dixie Cup Garland: Pick out craft papers that go along with your Christmas theme and then make a colorful patterned garland that offers some subtle mood lighting. (via Hey Gorgeous Events)

24. Glitter Dipped Feather Garland: This glitter dipped feather garland pairs bohemian glam with rustic chic. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

25. Copper Stars: This tutorial uses copper shim to make truly metallic stars, but if you want a more kid-friendly craft, you could just as easily substitute metallic paper. (via Tara Dennis)

26. Lighted Paper Pennant Garland: Take the geometric garland to a new level by incorporating a string of lights for some pretty DIY ambient lighting. (via Once Wed)

27. Ombre Tree Garland: Use a tree cookie cutter to make the perfect little trees for a graphic and colorful banner. (via Design Improvised)

28. Two-Toned Accordion Garland: Why settle for 2D when you can have 3D? (via Confetti Pop)

29. Foodie Holiday Garland: Go for an old-fashioned Christmas with the classic popcorn and cranberry garlands. (via JJ Begonia)

30. Layered Garland: Once you get the knack of sewing up these long strips of shapes, you’ll be making enough garlands to drape around your whole house! (via Design Love Fest)

What’s your favorite garland to make during the holiday season? Talk to us in the comments below!