How To Make Felt Trees for Christmas or Valentines Tutorial

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How To Make Felt Trees for Christmas or Valentines Tutorial

These elegant Valentine Felt Trees are easy to make and inexpensive.  Make them for Valentine’s Day or make red and green ones for the holidays!  They can be made for less than $5 with felt and a Styrofoam cone! Perfect for any table centerpiece.

How To Make Felt Trees for Christmas or Valentines Tutorial

These trees look very expensive, would you have ever guessed they cost less than $5 to make!!?

The options are endless as to what you can do with them!

Valentine Felt Trees

Make pink and red ones for Valentines, red and green ones for Christmas, then there’s Easter, red, white, and blue  ones for 4th of July……..endless options and beautiful!

Here’s the easy tutorial:

SUPPLIES

Appox. 15 sheets of felt-any color.  Oh heck, grab them in all the colors!!

Styrofoam cone(s)-Or you can make one using poster board

Scissors

Pencil

Hot glue gun or regular Elmer’s glue if you don’t have a hot glue gun

Something round like a spool of ribbon to trace a circle

Decorative accessories, optional

tutorial

STEP 1:  Gather your supplies
STEP 2: Using a spool of ribbon or something round, trace circles onto your felt. I used about 15 sheets of felt and cut out 3″ inch circles using a spool of ribbon as a guide.
Cut out the circles, making sure to cut off the pen or pencil marks on the edges!
There may be an easier way to do this. LOL
STEP 3: Using a pencil, you will poke the center of each circle into the cone.  Add a drop of hot glue to the center of the circle before poking it into the Styrofoam to secure it in place. Start at the bottom of your tree and work your way around and then up, filling it in completely.

Then add any other decorations you like.  I added a strand of beads and some pink pom poms that I found at the Dollar Store.

Enjoy!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Pink Valentine Tree Pinterest

Sharing some kitty love.  Callie had fun ‘helping’.



22 Comments

  1. Very cute
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  3. These are beautiful! I'm pinning this for sure!
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  5. Thanks again for linking up an another project!

    Have a great week!
    Susie@bowdabra
    http://bowdabrablog.com/2013/02/09/saturday-showcase-craft-project-linky-19/
  6. These are just precious...thanks for showing us how.

    I am right beside you on Strut Your Stuff...and I just linked up to follow. come over for a great candle giveaway.
  7. So glad you linked up this cute Valentines project at last weekends link party @The Weekend re-Treat

    Hope to see you again this weekend!
  8. I'm featuring you on One Creative Weekend!
  9. So pretty! I am doing a little felt project now & sharing soon, but totally different from yours & not related to decor but valentines day. Hope your having a great week & thanks for linking up @ DearCreatives.com Theresa
  10. Very pretty! Every time I have tried to do a felt project I usually end up loosing patience, but this is pretty enough I might just have to try again.
    With Love,
    ~Scary, from The Shaffer Sisters

  11. Such a cute project for Valentines! Just saw your link over at Sassy Little Lady's link party :)

    I'd love for you to come over and link up at my weekend link party @The Weekend re-Treat

    Hope to see you there!
  12. Very cute, your way of attaching the felt is different from what I have tried before. I'll have to try it out!
  13. Love this Marti! how creative!

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