Deco mesh is one of the best things to use for front door decorations because it’s lightweight and waterproof. So, no matter the weather, it will look awesome. If you want to add a little bit of embellishment to your front door, then you can make a beautiful garland.
Deo mesh garland helps to enhance your front door decoration effortlessly. It is ideal to find an online wedding and craft product supplier for buying tulle fabrics, organza fabric, satin ribbons, grosgrain ribbons, chair covers, tablecloths, and many others. Below, I’m going to share step by step guide for making an outstanding mesh garland.
Supplies for Front Door Garland
- Pipe cleaners
- 2 rolls of black deco mesh
- 1 roll of organza deco mesh
- 1 roll of purple deco mesh
- 2 rolls of main ribbons
- 2 rolls of each of matching ribbons
- Green floral ribbon
How to You Put mesh on a Garland?
One of the easiest ways to add mesh to the garland is with pipe cleaners. At every pipe cleaner is where you will attribute the deco mesh and the ribbon. It is actually easy once you get into a pace. At every pipe cleaner, you should remember to find the center of the mesh and the ribbon that you attach to the main garland.
How Do You Secure a Garland?
For hanging the garland securely, use light clips with clear foam strips. They work great and also help to hang the garland properly.
Making a Deco Mesh Garland: Step by Step Guide
Start by choosing how far you want the garland to hang down the side of the front door. And then cut the floral wire to the length that you want.
In this step, you should spread the wire across the kitchen and table and added pipe cleaners about 10 inches apart. And also twist the pipe cleaners on tightly.
Now, begin with black deco mesh about a foot off the end of the wire. And attach it to the first pipe cleaner closely. You can fluff the mesh as you go and attach it to the next pipe cleaner and keep going till the end of the garland. You should attach the second roll the same as the first.
You can select to take the main ribbon that goes on the top of the black deco mesh, the entire length of the garland. For your garland, this can the bat ribbon. For this, cut the end of the ribbon about 6 inches, attach it to the pipe cleaner, prepared it on loop, and cut it once more about 6 inches.
So it goes, cut, loop, cut. Just keep going in that decoration up until the end of the garland.
- Decorating the Mesh Garland for the Front Door
Now, it’s time to add on the purple and orange mesh and the wired ribbon. For this, cut the deco mesh and attach it together to each pipe cleaner. Just twist the pipe cleaner for adding the mesh to the garland. You need to do this to the entire garland.
At every pipe cleaner, you should add one ribbon at a time on top of the purple and orange mesh. You can also make a pattern of orange, white, orange, white ribbon on top of each other. Ensure you attach each ribbon one at a time to the garland.
At last, add a bow to the top of the garland and embellish it with decorations.
Making a deco mesh garland for your front door easy and will take a little time with all the ribbon cutting. For making your craft budget-friendly, you can find a wholesale wedding and craft supplies supplier for purchasing organza fabric, tulle, mesh ribbon, chair cover, table runner, and many others at discounted prices.