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How To Make Felt Trees for Christmas or Valentines Tutorial

Create a festive atmosphere with these charming felt trees that are perfect for both Christmas and Valentine's Day celebrations. Crafted with love and attention to detail, these unique decorations will add a touch of whimsy to any space. Made from high-quality felt material, these trees are not only durable but also eco-friendly, making them a great choice for those who want to celebrate the holidays in a sustainable way. Whether you're looking to spruce up your home for the holiday season or surprise your loved one with a heartfelt gift, these felt trees are sure to impress. With their vibrant colors and intricate designs, they will instantly brighten up any room and bring a sense of joy and warmth. Hang them on your Christmas tree, place them on your mantel, or use them as table centerpieces to create a festive ambiance that will delight both young and old. These versatile decorations can also be used to celebrate Valentine's Day, adding a romantic touch to your home or serving as a thoughtful gift for your significant other. So why settle for ordinary decorations when you can have these adorable felt trees that are perfect for spreading holiday cheer and love?

SUPPLIES

Appox. 15 sheets of felt-any color. Oh heck, grab them in all the colors!!

Styrofoamcone(s)-Or you can make one using poster board

Scissors

Pencil

Hot glue gun or regular Elmer’s glue if you don’t have a hot glue gun

Something round like a spool of ribbon to trace a circle

Decorative accessories, optional

STEP 1: Gather your supplies
STEP 2: Using a spool of ribbon or something round, trace circles onto your felt. I used about 15 sheets of felt and cut out 3″ inch circles using a spool of ribbon as a guide.
Cut out the circles, making sure to cut off the pen or pencil marks on the edges!
There may be an easier way to do this. LOL
STEP 3: Using a pencil, you will poke the center of each circle into the cone. Add a drop of hot glue to the center of the circle before poking it into the Styrofoam to secure it in place. Start at the bottom of your tree and work your way around and then up, filling it in completely.

Then add any other decorations you like. I added a strand of beads and some pink pom poms that I found at the Dollar Store.

Enjoy!

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