DIY Felt Christmas Tree

2 Materials
20 Minutes

Felt is so much fun to use for projects. It is really affordable and easy to make so many different things. I love this time of year and spending time doing Christmas Crafts is a favorite activity. You will love these adorable felt Christmas Trees.

I used card stock to create my trees. Cardboard was too think but I found that card stock was flexible enough to work with. You can experiment with different sizes.

You will want to make a cone shape base.

I started wrapping the felt around the tree base.

I wrapped the felt around the entire thing.

Hot Gluing it as I went along.

Make sure every part of the felt is glued on evenly

You will need to cut the bottom of the cone making sure it's even so it stands up straight.

When my trees were done I wrapped yarn around some, and hot glued pearl embellishments on others. I used multiple different sizes and colors of felt so I had a large variety of Christmas Trees.

Here's the end result you guys they turned out so cute. You can see the different kinds.

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