This year, I’ve decided to add lots of small DIY trees to my holiday decor. I’ve been busy making several different kinds. October is the perfect time for Christmas DIY projects for me. This one is stacked felt, done in all white to give the image of a snow covered tree. Living in the coastal south, a white Christmas is truly something we can only dream of. Adding little snowy touches to my decor is the next best thing. These trees are easy to make and don’t take much time at all. The only time consuming part is measuring the squares and cutting them out. Once that’s done, stacking them takes very little time.
I saw these adorable stacked felt tree ornaments at this heart of mine. Hers look great with creams and tan and the ornament size is perfect for hanging on a tree. I was inspired to make my own version of them. After thinking about how I wanted to make these, I decided to make one large one and two smaller ones for display and to make mine all in white. I also decided to try to use hot glue instead of thread like the inspiration ones to hold them together. It worked just fine for me. The tall one is 6.5 inches high and the smaller ones are 4.5 inches. After adding the star and the trunk, the tall one is 10 inches high and the smaller ones are 6 inches.
I used hot glue to secure it to the circle.
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