Advent Calendar Day 10 - Christmas Jumper Garland with Free Template

Day 10 of our Christmas Advent already?! In store for you today we have a super cute Christmas Jumper garland with a free template ready for you to make!


Christmas jumpers are everywhere over the festive season, but why simply wear one when you can deck the halls with them! Follow our step-by-step tutorial and you’ll have a DIY garland ready to string up in your home in no time.

Our garland has five pennants cut from complementary Simply Creative festive papers and features a papercut ‘Joy’ design. However, you could cut out more jumper shapes to make a longer garland, or you could alternatively scale the template up or down to make larger or smaller shapes, depending on your preference.

We’ve also provided a free template for you to use to make this garland super easy to create.

Download your free template


You will Need

Simply Creative 12”x12” Hope & Joy Paper Pad

Craft Knife, Cutting Mat

Washi Tape



1.Cut out your free template and, using this, cut out five jumper shapes from complementing paper designs. From three of the jumpers, cut out the letters using a craft knife.


2.Lay your jumper shapes in order on a flat surface, facing downwards. Cut a piece of twine to your desired length and attach this to the back of your paper jumpers with strips of washi tape.


3.You now have your finished garland ready to hang around your home!


Will you be making our festive Christmas Jumper Garland? We’d love to see so don’t forget to #tcxmas2017 when uploading to social media and to share your makes in the Inspiration area!

Trimcraft design these templates to aid your crafting projects, so we are always happy to see them being used and enjoyed. However, we just ask you credit Trimcraft for the template design when you publish your crafty makes online and on social media.

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Brilliant template for the banner. TFS. Is there a way of saving this to my trimcraft saves? Xx