Christmas Tree Crafts

A Round Up of a Favorite Motif

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The motif of a Christmas tree evokes the scent, joy and fun of the holiday season.  Even if you can't have a real tree, you can still get a kick out of the shape of one.

Christmas Tree Crafts

There are lots of crafts to make with this motif; cookies in the shape of a tree, decorated with colored icing for tinsel and tiny silver balls for baubles, trees painted on windows to look like stained glass, a fake tree trimmed (literally) to look more primitive.

Fake Christmas Tree - trimmed into a Primitive one

Decorate it with tiny birds nest (also faux) and you have a bird themed Christmas.

You can make full sized mock ups of Christmas trees out of barnboard. 

Or twigs. 

Or make jeweled replicas of trees in a picture frame. 

Or...the options are endless.  If your favorite Christmas motif is a Christmas tree, have a look at my Pinterest board;


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