How to Make Cute Tart Tin Christmas Trees
Make a few Christmas Trees out of tart tins this season!
These little trees are so cute and you can make them using vintage tart tins or buy a few new ones!
Make them as gifts, to decorate your holiday-tiered tray, or add a string to turn them into ornaments.
Note: This DIY is made with supplies I bought a while back on Amazon. The spools came in bulk. If you don't need that many, check your local craft supply store to see if you can get a smaller quantity.
This craft is one of ten. Check out the full post and get links to the supplies here ... 10 Upcycled Christmas Decor Ideas.
Tools and materials:
To get started, you'll need E6000 adhesive, tart tins in varied sizes, and wood spools in two different sizes: two 1-inch wooden spools, and a 1.75" spool for the base.
Glue the wood spools to the tart tins
There’s no drilling in this DIY, just glue a 1-inch wood spool using E6000 between each tin to elevate it. Then glue a 1.75-inch spool to the bottom as a base and let everything dry upside down!
Here's another photo of my finished trees with beads glued to the top! I hope you enjoy this simple craft.
I was so happy with the way these trees came out that I made a few more to sell in my antique store booth and they were a big hit!
DIY Christmas Decorations
- E6000 Adhesive
- 1" tall wood spools (.75" wide) (Amazon)
- 1 3/4" tall wood spools (1 1/8" wide) (Amazon)
- Red and green beads or other decorations
- Tart tins in varied sizes (Amazon)