DIY Pottery Barn Tree Garland {Printable}

I fell in love with Pottery Barn’s Happy Holidays paper tree garland last year and, after mourning my failure to purchase for about 365 days or so, I decided to set to it and make my own.  (Sorry for the small pic…it’s the best I could find.)

I used lyrics from my most adored Christmas hymn, Joy to the World, for my copy cat garland.  I printed them in chocolate on some sort of 100% cotton resume paper that was laying around here unused for who knows how long.  I then cut the strips and pieced them together around my “nest” tree.

Should you want to copy cat my copy cat, look no further…just download the pages here!
Joy to the World
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Have a fab day!

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22 thoughts on “DIY Pottery Barn Tree Garland {Printable}

  1. I loved that garland last year too. Nicely done. I tried to copy the Pottery Barn mantle from the 2010 catalog myself. Thanks for sharing your creativity! highpointcircle.blogspot

  2. I'm going to copy, but I think my banners will say Merry Christmas in different languages. I love your tree and I'm a real tree snob, beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Beautiful! you did an excellent job. I never would have thought of doing that. hummm…think the family would mind me redoing the tree?
    Maybe next year I'll get to do this!


  4. I've been thinking of doing a version of this myself. Thanks for the printable. What font did you use for this? I love the elegant swirls.

  5. Beautiful! What a great idea for decor…I love that hymn too. Thanks so much for linking up at Shine On Fridays; can't wait to see what you have to share this week!

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