Plastic Spoon Christmas Trees

2 Materials
$5
1 Hour
Easy

Christmas is my favorite season and this is by far my favorite Christmas craft - Plastic Spoon Christmas trees. It takes only about 30 minutes to make and costs under $10, maybe less if you have spoons and paint left over from other projects! I bought a ton of plastic spoons from The Dollar Store and a paper mach tree cone from my local craft store. That, along with a hefty dose of hot glue, and a little spray paint, spoons have been transformed into a whimsical christmas display!

For full tutorial, more pictures including the finished product, and lots more DIY christmas tree ideas, visit the original post at http://www.oneprojectcloser.com/plastic-spoon-christmas-tree/

Plastic Spoon Trees are a unique and pretty way to decorate on the cheap for the holidays!
First, I cut off the heads of about 100 plastic spoons.
Then, I spray painted the backs and fronts with brown, black, and gold for texture.
Finally, I hot glued them onto a paper mache tree form, starting at the bottom and working my way upward.

Suggested materials:

  • Plastic Spoons
  • Cardboard Tree Form

Jocie@OneProjectCloser
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  • Gloria Gloria on Oct 19, 2019

    why no "final product" picture?


    

  • Ellen Ellen on Oct 27, 2019

    Where is the picture of the finished product

  • Robin Robin on Dec 03, 2020

    Could you use a styrofoam cone for your base?

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  • Deborah Lawless Kinley Deborah Lawless Kinley on Dec 02, 2019

    I maxed this last Christmas. I added snow on the tips of spoons and on another peals on the tips of another. Love these! Thanks

  • Joanie Joanie on Dec 04, 2020

    This is a super lookin' tree and I give you 5 *****'s. They are beautiful!!

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