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Fabric Wrapped Christmas Trees


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Reuse some of that leftover fabric and craft up these adorable Fabric Wrapped Christmas Trees.  When assembled in a group of 3 or 5, these Christmas trees make a lovely centerpiece or a cute way to decorate your mantel.  This is an easy craft that will take minutes to create, but will last for several seasons to come!

Fabric Wrapped Christmas Trees


  • Cardboard cones
  • Fabric of various colors
  • Hot glue gun/glue sticks
  • Scissors



  1. I found these heavy cardboard cones at Michael’s and just knew I could use them somewhere.  I had no idea what I was going to do with them, then it hit me…cover them with fabric, and group them together…won’t that be pretty!

    Fabric Wrapped Christmas Trees
  2. I wanted each tree to be a little different, so I gathered three different fabrics.  I cut long strips of white fabric and sewed a simple ruffle to wrap around the large cone.  I ripped strips of aqua to wrap diagonally around the middle cone, and I ripped thin strips of dropcloth fabric to wrap from top to bottom on the smallest cone.

    Fabric Wrapped Christmas Trees
  3. For each tree, I started by hot glueing fabric at the top and working my way down.
  4. Once I had them all wrapped, I grouped them together on an old silver platter and placed them in the center of my table…aren’t they sweet and simple?  The perfect addition to my little nook.

    Fabric Wrapped Christmas Trees

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where is the tutorial???


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