Est. 2011

December 16, 2011

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DIY | paper Christmas tree

ADS- Paper Christmas Tree DIY
Earlier this week I shared this fun paper Christmas tree DIY as a guest post. I decided to share it here in detail, in case any of you missed it!
I was so inspired by Anthropologie’s wonderful in-store Christmas decorations that I decided to make my own version of their paper trees, using supplies I already had on hand.
To make your own paper trees, you’ll need the following supplies:
*old book
*pinking shears (zig zag scissors)
*floral oasis
*something to act as the tree branch (I used two different sized knitting needles and wooden skewers)
*gorilla glue
And just follow these three easy steps:

I have a small version of these trees to be revealed on Monday!!!  Stay tuned 😉

These are so much fun to make…  Let me know if you try them (or if you have any questions about the process)!!

Have a blessed weekend!

till Monday,
Rebecca

  1. Kyla says:

    Oh, I saw this tutorial! I think it's amazing…the result is so fun!

  2. Tori says:

    Ah yes! I saw this earlier this week! You did such a wonderful job! and it definitely looks so Anthro : ) can't wait to see what else you have up your sleeve!

  3. That's really cute! I just bought me some zig zaggy scissors too! I not sure why I did exactly…

  4. Megan says:

    super cute; i love how you could take this many directions!

  5. That's super sweet! What a great idea!

  6. Andrea says:

    I absolutely adore your use of mini pom-poms in these pics! So cute!

  7. Victoria says:

    Love these little trees! I did some with tissur epaper last year, they are easy and super fun:)

  8. FJPerez505 says:

    Great idea would be to use the collection of Christmas Cards received every year

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