Friday, December 6, 2013

Easy Mini Tree #1 Day 6 of 12 Days of Holiday Inspiration

 So this post is coming at you a little late but it's still the 6 of December in Hawaii so I'm going with it!
I'm a Christmas Mini Tree maker fanatic.  I already made four this year (the first one being the Lawn Fawn star tree HERE and two more coming to the May Arts Ribbon blog soon).  Today I bring you a super simple and awesome burlap and glitter tree.
 If you haven't notice yet, it's all about burlap for me this holiday.
 Here I used May Arts 1.5inch faux Burlap in white and made it gather one side.  Gathering is easy to do because it's wired.  Then just glue the gathered side down to a cone and you have a cool flared burlap tree.  To give it that extra little somein' I lined the edges with glitter and topped it with a bow.
Go ahead and make yourself a mini tree.  These are super easy and adds a great addition to your holiday decorations.  Now to check out all the goodies the other ladies have.

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25 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow! This is gorgeous!!!

Reusing with Quilling said...

Looks lovely !

cm said...

Pretty and so creative!
c

Geri said...

LOVE your creative mind! Awesome job getting the glitter along the edges! The pop of peach/coral ribbon flowing down the length of the tree is so pretty! Totally admiring your beautifully and perfectly tied bow!

Karenladd said...

Oooh, I didn't even know May Arts had white burlap...loving the texture and elegance!

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Deborah said...

Very clever and cute love the gold trim TFS

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Yolanda said...

I follow your blog by e-mail.

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Liked you on FB and left comments.
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Iris said...

So pretty - love the ribbon top.
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Donna Bowman said...

Very sweet burlap tree!!

Denise Bryant said...

Love your festive little tree!
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Rachel W K said...

i was just looking around for a great table top tree.. i shouldve just started with yours! this is beautiful!

Lyndal said...

Gorgeous tree Lalo!

Iris said...

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Helen Gullett said...

Oh I am loving mini trees! I made one and this one is so pretty! Thanks for the inspiration!

Sue D said...

Very elegant with the white burlap and glittered edges.
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