How to Make a Dried Fruit Garland | Nature Inspired Tree

Today I'm sharing an easy DIY holiday garland which will be perfect to last you throughout the whole season!

About a month ago, I shared how I dried fruit in the oven (LINK). It was a super easy DIY project and made the house smell amazing!  Today I'm going to share how I turned those dry fruit pieces into a beautiful garland and ornaments for my mantel and nature inspired tree.  

How to Make a Dried Fruit Garland

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Once your fruit is dry, (LINK for YouTube video for full drying instructions), It is easy to poke holes in each of the pieces.  Using a safety pin helped with threading the ribbon through each piece. After working my way through my pile of slices, I spaced them out evenly and tacked it up to the dining room mantel.  Couldn't have been easier!  With the leftovers, I made ornaments to hang using the same ribbon.  I love this bright green velvet I picked up on Amazon (LINK).

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YOU CAN SEE THE FULL DIY GARLAND & CLOSE UPS OF MY NATURE INSPIRED TREE IN THE YOUTUBE VIDEO BELOW

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