Feather and Tea Cup Christmas Tree

5 Materials
40 Minutes
It has been a quick week around here. We visited kids and grand kids, and had a wonderful weekend. Plus, I was busy here on the blog and, you know, just life. IE; Christmas decorating, shopping, baking, and preparing for some relaxing holidays.
BUT, I am excited to show you my NEW Feather and Tea Cup Christmas Tree.
The blue lover in me couldn’t resist make a Feather and Tea Cup Christmas Tree. AND, it happens to be one of my favorite trees, too!

It all started when I added tea cups to my tree.
I found tea cups at the thrift store and used a wired ribbon to attach them to my tree branches. I like this idea, don’t you?

What if I added blue ornaments and iridescent tinsel to the cup? ( I found it at Hobby Lobby last year for 10 cents a bag)
I was on a roll. Blue ornaments, iridescent tinsel, and a few silver feathers was exactly what I wanted. I wanted to take it a step further.

bought a feather boa from Amazon. Once it arrived, I cut it into 6 inch-12 inch pieces.
I LOVE the feathers. They kind of look like soft fallen snow.

Can I just tell you I had SO much fun creating a NEW tree with just a few changes.

I hope you have be inspired and have enjoyed how I worked on my new Feather and Tea Cup Christmas Tree.

To view all the details of how I transformed my Christmas tree, please check out my blog link below.
Suggested materials:
  • Thrifted Tea Cups   (Thrift Store)
  • Feather Boa   (Amazon)
  • Blu Christmas Bulbs   (Amazon)
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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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