I wanted to share how I made the elements I put on the garland-then the assembly is pretty basic-you should be able to figure it out just fine.
First up: Snowballs.
For these I used a bag of decorative snow (though you really don't need that much), glitter (I used Elmer's Glitter Brilliants Opal), a wooden skewer, Styrofoam balls and spray glue.
Next up: Snow covered Christmas trees
I found a pattern and directions here. You kinda have to play around with these to get them the shape you want. I cut mine varying sizes to get an assortment of trees. I glued the folds down with glue dots and added a trunk.
Creating By Cami for my inspiration. I thought that hers looked like they were a bit too much work so I made my own adaptation. You will need 9 popsicle sticks total to make a sled. The sled base uses full length sticks as well as the runners on the underside. Here is what I learned while making these: popsicle sticks can be cut with scissors, they are very easy to round with a piece of sandpaper and they look fantastic painted with a watered down craft paint. I didn't do a tutorial because I was making these at the wee dark hours of the night but I think you can pretty much figure them out from these two pictures.
mitten pattern and cut these out of felt. I tried to stitch different or add a different embellishment to each one. After I had all these elements made I tore some fabric strips in coordinating colors to fill in between these decorations. Then I assembled.