Add global style to your Easter decorations this year with a simple Nordic feather garland. Part of A Very Global Easter series.
Hey there! How is your day going? It’s rainy but definitely getting warmer around here. Welcome to day 6 of A Very Global Easter. If you are new to this series, my friend Casa Watkins Living and I are sharing 7 days of globally influenced Easter decorating ideas and DIYs. Today we are sharing DIY Garland ideas!
If you are coming over from Casa Watkins Living, hello! We are a military family living in Japan so you can find loads of rental decorating ideas and DIYs. You can also tour a traditional Japanese home with American style.
Nordic Feather Easter Garland
Supplies needed for this cute feather garland:
- Feathers (white ostrich and pheasant feathers)
- Black and white string
This pretty and minimal garland is super easy to make.
Lay out your feathers in the order you want spacing them out to the length of your string.
Tie each feather to the string. And that’s it!! Don’t you love a 5 minute DIY?
I hung ours in the dining room. It was the perfect way to add interest to our closet doors and balance out a colorful botanical Easter tablescape in this traditional tatami room.
You can take a live tour of our Easter dining room on my youtube channel!
If you haven’t seen Casa Watkins Living Easter garland make sure to check out her DIY Scandinavian Floral Tassel Garland. Isn’t it gorgeous?
We have one more DIY to share tomorrow so make sure you pop in if you want to see it!
Have you started decorating for Easter yet? Leave me a comment and let’s chat.
You might also like these Easter and Spring DIYs!