Jennifer Garner’s Pride Trees Are a Unique Way to Celebrate the Season — Here’s How You Can DIY

published Jun 8, 2022
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Pride Month is officially in full swing, but it’s not too late to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community and show off your creativity in honor of the occasion. Just take tips from Jennifer Garner, who recently showed off her delightful DIY Pride trees on social media — and yes, you can recreate the colorful tribute yourself with a quick trip to the craft store, a couple of key supplies (including scissors and a stapler), and a little bit of patience.

In the clip, Garner can be seen sitting on the ground next to rolls of crepe paper in every color of the rainbow. She simply wraps each roll around the trunk of the tree, stapling each one in place.

As the time-lapse video plays, the actress tackles three trees in a row in her yard, showing off the end result by resting alongside the final tree and waving to fans as she says, “Happy Pride!” The caption of her post was equally enthusiastic: “#Pride: happy. #HappyPride 🌈🌳.”

Garner’s fans and famous pals alike took to the comments section to praise her Pride-themed project, with Rita Wilson writing: “This is so great. 🌈.” Katie Couric added: “Love this and love you! ❤️.” Holly Robinson-Peete and Kimberly Williams-Paisley showered her post with rainbow emojis galore, of course.

It’s not the first time Garner has decorated her trees in honor of Pride Month. Back in 2020, she posed for a Instagram video alongside her adorable dog Birdie showing off her Pride trees, which she also decorated with colorful bird houses and ornaments hanging from the tree’s branches. “Birdie and I want to wish you a great weekend, and happy Pride from our Pride tree,” she said to the camera — though Birdie seemed much more interested in checking out the sights and smells of the shrubbery nearby than chatting with fans.