No matter how well your halls are decked, the job’s not done until the mistletoe is hung! If yours isn’t up yet, I’m here to help. Here’s a quick and easy DIY version you can make for just a few dollars and it will last long enough to bring you plenty of kisses through the years.
Start with some green felt (you can get this for around 20¢ per sheet), some small white pom pons, and some green grapevine wire (normally near wreath supplies).
Cut approximately 24 mistletoe leaves in the shape of a skinny teardrop.
Using wire cutters, cut 4 pieces of the grapevine wire, each around 14 inches long. Then, using a hot glue gun, start gluing on the leaves to the stems.
Add a few pom poms with a little more hot glue.
Then, when the 4 stems are finished, loop them together at the top ends and wrap a little more wire around to hold the loop.
Add a bow and a tag if you think someone needs a little reminder…
Then hang it in the perfect place.
‘Tis the season! Hope this makes yours a little merrier!