When I think about decorating and Christmas trees I tend to think of the decorating of trees than decorating with trees. There are many different ways you can decorate with Christmas trees, so here are 10 Christmas tree crafts you can make at home.
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I haven't play with washi tape yet but these washi tape Christmas trees from I Heart Nap Time make me want to. They are easy, fast and adorable.
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Liz Marie used a bag of pine pieces to make her rustic pine Christmas trees and I love how they turned out. If you've got trees in your yard or live near a wooded area, I don't see why you couldn't gather some fallen twigs and use those. I bet birch twigs would look really nice.
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I am kicking myself for recently getting rid of some books that were falling apart. Why didn't I save them so I could make one of Tonya's fabulous book page Christmas trees?
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I've come to the conclusion you can use burlap to make anything and it will lovely. I love Michael's burlap Christmas tree. Bonus? He has instructions for how to make a burlap wreath, too.
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Don't you think that Marisa's easy DIY foam Christmas trees would look right at home in a claymation Christmas story? That might be why I like them so much.
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When I was growing up we usually had a bit of lace trim leftover from various projects. If I had some now I'd use it to make Maggie's lace trim Christmas trees. Aren't they sweet?
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Sometime when I'm at an auction or a thrift store I'll come across a pile of old postcards. I always look at them and can never think of what I'd do with them. Thanks to Diana I know I can use use them to make postcard Christmas trees. I'm just can't decide if I like the curly ones or the straight ones better.
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I remember we used to craft with paper doilies all the time so Meream's mini doily Christmas trees brought back some fun memories for me. Super cute.
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Got a pile of pine cones sitting around? Make a pine cone tree like Emily did. I love decorating with pine cones.
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You want to click over to At The Picket Fence to not only find out how to make Vanessa's fabric scrap Christmas trees, but to read how they were part of an extraordinary weekend morning. The extraordinary moments are all around us -- we just need to stop and look for them.
Are you making any Christmas tree crafts this year?
Be sure to check out the rest of the posts in our 12 days of Holiday Crafts series.
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