How to Make Dried Orange Slice Garland

 Orange slices make beautiful holiday decorations but are not just for Christmas and can be left up all winter for a sweet smell and a beautiful look! Today I'm going to show you how to make an easy to make orange slice garland. 

orange slice garland on a sign


This project began with the orange slices I made and scented with essential oils in an earlier post

You can also see how to make an essential oil shelf for your oils by visiting this post. 

You can read all about the orange slice process by visiting the bold words above. 

Now that I have a bunch of beautiful scented orange slices, I'm going to put them together to make a garland. 

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Here are the materials you will need for this project:

 

orange slice garland with beads

The process is easy; slide a bead onto the twine then tie an orange slice with a knot. 

Add another bead, then another orange slice.

Keep this going until you get to the length you want. 

orange slice garland with black and white ribbons

The last step is to tie ribbons at each orange slice. 

I used a 1/2" black and white checked ribbon. 

Now you can hang your ribbon anywhere! 

orange slice garland on a wreath

orange slice garland on a wreath

I love it on a wreath or a sign.

orange slice garland on a sign

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Orange slice garland on a wreath pin with overlay

Here is another idea for the orange slices...

Hang just one on jute twine with a bead and make an ornament or a decoration for a gift. 

orange slice ornament on a package

Orange slice garland can be left up all winter to scent your favorite spots. 

Bathroom with orange slice garland hanging on sign

You can read about the Homeroad DIY projects in this room by visiting the posts below:

Beaded orange slice garland on a wreath

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .

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