Bigger is not always better and when it comes to Christmas trees, bigger often means more mess, and subsequently, more stress. Keep reading for five small-space-friendly, pet-friendly, and ultimately human-friendly, mini tree ideas for your home.
What you’ll need: black poster board, tape, cleaned pinecones, hot glue gun and glue, 15 inch straw wreath, assorted Christmas decorations, assorted wide wired ribbon and narrow ribbons, battery operated white string lights
Visit Suzy’s Artsy-Crafty Sitcom for full instructions on how to DIY this Pinecone Christmas Tree.
Using Wood Pallets
What you’ll need: wood pallets (assorted sizes), paint, napkins, Mod Podge, indoor/outdoor sealant for wood, buttons, craft star, super glue
Visit Wildflowers & Pistols for full instructions on how to DIY this Pallet Wood Christmas Tree.
What you’ll need: jute string, styrofoam trees, plastic wrap, cardstock, Mod Podge Stiffy, red and green food coloring
Visit Love Create Celebrate for full instructions on how to DIY these String Christmas Trees.
What you’ll need: yarn in various shades of green, sewing scissors, floral wire, wire cutters, super glue, wood dowel with a small hole drilled in the middle or halved cork
Visit Home Edit for full instructions on how to DIY these Yarn Christmas Trees.
Using Chocolate Covered Strawberries
What you’ll need: dark green candy melts, strawberries (stems removed), Oreo cookies, white icing, sprinkles, candy stars, powdered sugar, heavy cream, water
Visit Lovely Little Kitchen for full instructions on how to DIY these Chocolate Covered Strawberry Christmas Trees.
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