Fabric Wrapped Christmas Trees
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!
- Cardboard cones
- Fabric of various colors
- Hot glue gun/glue sticks
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!
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.
For each tree, I started by hot glueing fabric at the top and working my way down.
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.