Farmhouse Christmas Decor | Tiered Tray Wire Christmas Trees
Hey, all my crafty friends!
So who's ready to do some Christmas crafting? 🖐
I hope you like this video and find some inspiration to go and do something fun in your home too!
In today's video, I will be making 2 wired Christmas trees for a tiered tray. This is a simple and easy less than 5 minutes craft for you to try.
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This is a simple craft project and perfect for older kids.
Step 1. Remove Bells
You will want to use a pair of pliers and remove the bell at the end of the ornament.
Step 2. Drill Hole
Using a drill with a large bit drill a hole in the center of the wood slice. The hole needs to be large enough for the bottom of the wired Christmas tree to fit down into.
Step 3. Gluing
Fill the hole with hot glue.
Step 4. Attach Tree
Place the end of the wired Christmas tree in the hole with the hot glue and hold it until it will stand up straight on its own.
Dollar Tree Items Used:
Wire Christmas Tree Ornaments
Other Items Used:
Hot Glue Gun and Sticks
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