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DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial

DIY Mini Christmas Trees 
        Hi friends, these cute DIY Mini Christmas Trees are my DT project for Maureen's Rudolph Days Challenge . I do not usually like to commit to many DT roles but Christmas projects always make me happy and I am so thrilled that I am DT for Maureen's awesome Challenge blog this year too.      
DIY Mini Christmas Trees 
          These little Mini Christmas Trees are very simple and quick to make but look  glamorous enough to  display in your home, gift to a special someone or even sell at craft fairs!

Materials Required
  • Circle cut from thick card stock/ ivory sheet - use a  plate as a template to cut out a large circle or if you want to make a small tree, just die cut a circle.
  • Adhesive - easiest is the hot glue gun
  • Pretty ribbon
  • Pencil/ skewer sticks/used  marker pen- to form the central part of your tree
DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial 
Snip off a segment of a semicircle and shape it into a cone.

DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial 
Once you are happy with the conical shape, staple  the flaps in place.

DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial 
Apply a line of glue in segments of the paper cone starting from the base and stick the ribbon.

DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial 
Stick the ribbon in a loose spiral around your cone.

DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial 
Wrap a ribbon around a couple of skewer sticks or a pencil

DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial 
Apply hot glue to one end and stick it inside the paper cone.

DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial 
Dress it up with crystals and pearls and you have a lovely little tree! Quick and Easy!!
DIY Mini Christmas Trees Tutorial 
I hope you liked my Mini Christmas Trees
Do join in at the February Rudolph Days Challenge . Maureen has some amazing prizes to give away and she will send it world wide!

Linking to
Simon Says Wednesday
Unstampalles - the frilly ribbon lace is new

56 comments:

  1. Totally bling pink and glitzy! Fabulous!! X

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  2. Doc this is the prettiest tree I have ever seen, I am sure your daughter loves it.xx[aNNie]

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  3. What a great idea, so pretty! xx

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  4. That is so pretty. I like all the little stars you oput on it

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  5. love this pretty pink Sonia, the tree sure looks glamorous with all the sparkly crystals !!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous, what a stunning decoration
    Jane

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  7. Love this pink Christmas tree in frilly polka dotted ribbons with beautiful blings!

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  8. Wow...This is Super pretty..

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  9. cute christmas tree in pink and beautifully glittering

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  10. Pretty pink trees with glam of the embellishments. How tall are the trees?
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Thank you Melissa...the big one is around 11 inches tall and the small one around 4.5 inches. The best thing is you can make it as big as you want depending on how big a paper you have!

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  11. Love love love love these!!! And they are my fave color!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  12. What a fabulous idea to make these feminine trees, which could be used at any time of the year, but would look so lovely at Christmas. Thanks for tutorial.
    Faith
    x

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  13. This is such a cute project. You make it super easy with your instructions. Love all the sparkly bling. Hugs!

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  14. What fabulous trees!

    Sally

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  15. So cute, love the pink!

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  16. This is really gorgeous. Great job!
    Valerija xx

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  17. Hi Dr Sonia,
    oh how gorgeous is this, and the pink is so very pretty too.
    Love your wonderful design and all the wonderful embellishments you have used.
    Thank you so much for sahring your tutorial.
    Happy Rudolf Day.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  18. WOW, wuuuuuuuuuuuuuunderschöne Arbeit
    glg Gertrude

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  19. They are so gorgeous and in my favorite color, too!! I'd keep this displayed all year!! Fabulous tutorial...you've inspired me to make some!! Love these, my friend!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  20. These are so pretty! I love the pink! Not just for Christmas - I would display them all year long!

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  21. Absolutely stunning, gorgeous, and beautiful! WOW! Fabulous project and so very lovely.
    Lynn

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  22. Wow, this is absolutely fabulous, Dr. Sonia! Love the pink and how you used all the elements for this decorative tree! So glad that you join the fun over SSS Wednesday Challenge!

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  23. These trees are so gorgeous. Thanks for the tutorial

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  24. Fabulous sweet trees, so pretty in pink!! Thanks for the tutorial, they are really easy to do. You are a genius! :)

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  25. Very pretty tree,Sonia.Love the ribbons and the embellishments.Great tutorial.

    Gr,Sylvia x

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  26. Hi Sonia
    Your trees are so beautiful! Loving the pretty pink colours and the frilly, feminine look to your trees.
    Thanks for agreeing to be on my 2017 design team It makes it so much easier to manage the challenge with help from you ladies!

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  27. These are beautiful Sonia, so pretty.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  28. Stunning trees Sonia..Loz

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  29. So very pretty Sonia..would look lovely down the centre of the Christmas table..great tutorial.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  30. WOW! I love the pretty pink!! Gorgeous! Darling! Stunning job my friend!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  31. A very pretty dainty dressing for a Christmas table. Thanks for sharing with us at Unstampabelles.

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  32. So pretty! What a wonderful idea for a centrepiece. Great tutorial again. Love the ribbon and embellishments you've chosen for your tree. These could definitely be used at anytime of year. Debra x

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  33. these pretty pink trees are so sweet :) love the lacy delicate look.
    what a wonderful decor idea! thanks for sharing :)

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  34. Lovely Christmas tree... My daughter loved it!
    I have shared the card that you sent me on my blog.. Do check when you get time :)

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  35. love this gorgeous trees!
    thank you for tutorial!
    must try them!
    have a nice day

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  36. I love your beautiful little trees! They would go perfectly with my little clothespin dolls. Thank you for the tutorial!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  37. Hi Dr. Sonia! I can see why Maureen wanted you as a DT member, your trees are fabulous! So created as well and I love them. Thanks for the tutorial as well. Hugs, Brenda

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  38. I am so loving this pink tree- it is delicate and beautifully embellished!

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  39. Those little trees are absolutely adorable.

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  40. Just genius! Loving these, Cara x

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  41. So pretty. Great instructions. Thanks for sharing with us at Unstampabelles.

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  42. Ooh how absolutely fabulous! Thank you so much for the tutorial - I will be giving this a go! xxx

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  43. oh, wow, this is so pretty in pink and such a creative christmas project!

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  44. This is such a neat idea to use your ribbon...which I have so much of!! Really unique and so pretty!! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*

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  45. These trees are just amazing and oh so cute! I love all the pink ribbon and clear gems! TFS the tutorial too :)

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  46. Beautiful, feminine trees--great project!

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  47. you are right.... soo glamorous. like a pink "Frozen"

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  48. wow, super sweet, amazing trees and thank you so much for the tutorial!

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  49. Wooooowwwww!! Just amazing. Love the pink ribbon.

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  50. Glamorous bejeweled trees, so pretty, and thanks for the photos showing how you crafted these lovely trees. A perfect project for Rudolph Day, so TFS & Hugs

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  51. Gorgeous trees Sonia :-) I love the4m in pink, so girly and pretty :-)

    I have emailed you via the link on your sidebar, I am not sure if you saw it :-)
    luv
    Lols x x x

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  52. I love your little christmas trees, thanks for sharing the 'how to' xxx

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  53. Such a beautiful tree! Love the pink lace you have used! Very pretty!!

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