(20 crafty days of christmas) diy fringed christmas trees

Hello! It’s Sara from Confetti Sunshine here today. Every year one of my favorite family traditions has got to be our annual gingerbread house party! While I am not sharing the actual party today (you can find it later this week on my blog), I am sharing how I made these miniature fringed Christmas trees, which ended up being the perfect centerpiece for our gingerbread house party, and would be great for any holiday party!


To start you will need:
Quick dry tacky glue or hot glue gun


First, fold a cupcake liner in half. Fringe the edges of the cupcake liner. Cut out the center of the liner. Next, print out your tree template onto cardstock and cut out. Glue the paper template together and let dry. Then, glue the fringed cupcake liner onto the paper tree, starting at the bottom of the tree. Work your way up until you have glued cupcake liner all around your tree.


(Here is a sneak peek of my gingerbread house party table.) Make as many trees as you want for a festive holiday table! I also made some cute little pom pom garland and felt trees to accompany my little fringed cupcake trees for the table decorations. Find out how to make the felt trees here.


I hope you enjoyed my cupcake liner christmas trees! Be sure to head over and see the rest of the gingerbread house party this week.
And, if you are looking for any more holiday or party DIY inspiration, be sure to check out my blog | pinterest | instagram | facebook | twitter


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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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