Snowy Winter Trees

5 Materials
10 Minutes

I don't know about you, but it's a winter wonderland where we live! With all of the snow outside, I figured it was the perfect time to share these cute, wintery trees.

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Don’t you just LOVE a project that takes no time at all to make, but still looks amazing?! This is one of those projects. It honestly took less than five minutes to make the entire thing, and I love it!

Here's what you need if you want to tackle this project:

  • styrofoam cones (any size)
  • fleecy fabric
  • glue gun
  • rhinestones (or anything else to decorate your tree)

Start by laying down your fleecy fabric, and putting your styrofoam cone on top. Line one edge of the silky fleece with the styrofoam, and hot glue it into place. Then you simply roll the styrofoam tree along the fleece until the styrofoam is completely covered, making sure to keep the top of your tree covered with fleece - allow any excess to hang off the bottom.

Use your glue gun to glue the other edge in place. I actually didn't put any glue in the middle, because I could tell it would be held nicely already.

Using your fabric scissors, cut the excess fleece off from the side and the bottom of the foam tree.

Finally, if you want some more shimmer, grab some tiny silver rhinestones (I bought mine at the dollar store!) and decorate your tree as desired. I randomly placed them, just to add a tiny bit of shine.

You could also add glitter, ribbon, faux mini ornaments, or a star on top!

Five minutes later and you’re done. I made two of them with different sized styrofoam cones, and I love how they look next to one another.

Beautiful Fleecy Soft Winter Trees that can stay up long after the Christmas decorations are put away!

Suggested materials:
  • Silky Fleece   (craft store)
  • Styrofoam Tree   (craft store)
  • Glue Gun   (craft store)
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