Lifestyle Home How to Use Your Wrapping Paper Scraps to Make a Gorgeous Holiday Garland This DIY created exclusively for PEOPLE by Paper Source promises to make your season bright! By Mackenzie Schmidt Mackenzie Schmidt Mackenzie Schmidt is the Home and Travel Editor for PEOPLE. She's worked at PEOPLE for over five years as a writer and editor on the Lifestyle team. People Editorial Guidelines Published on December 15, 2016 12:57 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Courtesy Paper Source Unless you have an incredible talent for cutting perfectly sized pieces of wrapping paper, chances are you’re creating a lot of scraps while beautifying your holiday present haul. Rather than toss out all that extra paper, use it to make an adorable (and easy!) garland. The DIY experts at Paper Source created this one exclusively for PEOPLE. We suggest hanging multiple strands across a doorway for a festive take on the classic beaded room divider, or tying them end to end and wrap them around your tree! WATCH: Khloé Kardashian Is Not the Best at Wrapping Presents: ‘Kris Jenner Would be So Disappointed Right Now’ Courtesy Paper Source MATERIALSMakes: 50″ garland Red and white baker’s twine A variety of wrapping papers 1.5″ circle punch (or scissors) Xyron 150 sticker machine (or glue stick) Celeb Moms are Nailing Elf on the Shelf: Here’s How Kourtney Kardashian, Sarah Michelle Gellar and More Make Holiday Magic WATCH THIS: Holiday Home Hack! 3 Easy Ways to Decorate with Extra Ornaments Courtesy Paper Source DIRECTIONS 1. Using a 1.5″ circle-punch tool or scissors, cut out 48 circles from the wrapping papers. 2. If using a sticker machine, feed each circle into the machine and then fold it in half, leaving the plastic backing on until you’re ready to assemble the ornament. If using a glue stick, simply fold each circle in half. (You’ll add the glue to the back of each circle as you assemble the ornaments.) 3. Create the ornaments! If you used a sticker machine, remove the plastic on two folded circles and attach them by lining up the creases and sticking the halves together. If using a glue stick, coat the backs of two folded circles and stick the halves together. Repeat this step using 5 circles total to create one ball-shaped ornament, but do not attach the last two sides to close the ornament. 4. Lay out the twine and press it into the middle of the ornament where the creases meet. Seal the last two sides to secure the twine inside and complete the ornament. Repeat step 3, attaching ornaments every 5 inches on the twine.