Updated: 2019-09-08 Views: 137
We’re always on the hunt for holiday how-to’s that are simple， cheerful， and a little off the beaten path. And since our love affair with yarn bombing is still going strong， ever since we yarn-bombed this headboardpersonalized wedding gifts， we thought， Why not apply it to holiday décor？ Enter our exclusive take on yarn-bombed branches.pillow cases floral
We love this DIY for a number of reasons. It’s relatively quick to do， depending on the number and size of the branches you’re yarn bombing. It requires no special skills other than the ability to cut and wrap yarn and tie knots. And with yarn being so plentiful online and in every craft store， not to mention fallen twigs and branches all over our yards， it’s easy—and incredibly inexpensive—to find all the materials you need to make it happen.
For this how-to， we went with a mix of saturated colors for fall， but you can easily shake up the palette for any season. You could even create an ombré effect by starting with a dark color and wrapping down the stick with increasingly lighter colors. Or if you want a full-on glitzy take for Christmas and New Year’s， pick up some metallic gold and silver yarn to create a classic two-tone holiday palette.
Now let’s get bombing.
What you’ll need：
Yarn in the colors of your choice
Sticks or small branches
Glue (Elmer’s is a good bet)
How to do it：
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