Thursday, December 10, 2015

Fabric Christmas Tree


I am back with the second tutorial for the DIY Christmas Tree, this time using remnant fabric)

Remember my dual tone fabric dresser. Since I wanted to align the design, I was left with few long pieces of this fabric. I used the left over fabric for the Christmas tree.

Materials Needed
- Cone (I made using poster board, I ended up with 4 different size cones for $1, yay!!! )
- Strips of fabric or burlap ribbon)
- Scissor
- Hot Glue gun

Procedure :
- Seal the ends of the fabric with the hot glue and start making the small cuts vertically. (dont flatten the fabric, the loops at the end add volume to the tree)

- Hot Glue the fabric to the cone.

- Keep repeating above steps till you reach the top :)

You have the beautiful tree ready. If you want, you can embellish the tree with tiny beads/jewels or leave it as is.

Isnt it pretty? Thank you for stopping by.


  1. Bharati, love this fabric Christmas tree!! You did a wonderful job!! :)

  2. What a great project! Must try next time! Thank you for sharing your Holiday craft in the 12 days of Christmas Blogger Tour Link Party!

  3. That's really cool and looks easy! Would love for you to share on Idea Box link party!

  4. So Cute and elegant. I would love to try this next year.

  5. Loved it and is noted down for try out list. Thank you for sharing. Love Pinkz

  6. You and your tree will be featured on Idea Box on Thursday, December 24th! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!


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