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Make Cupcake Liner Christmas Trees {Holiday Tutorial}! This will keep me from baking cupcakes and eating them. Okay - I don't actually bake, but I'll buy cupcake liners to make this!

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Making mini-Christmas trees out of cone-shaped paper mache. There's another idea using festive cupcake wrappers. This one uses tiny scraps of paper. Easy craft for the kids.

Cupcake Liner Christmas Trees

18 Christmas DIY Projects That Will Have You Singing Deck the Halls ...

DIY: Modern Perforated Tabletop Christmas Trees   uses simple paper mache cones found at the craft store...drill a few holes (sand them a bit as needed) and spray paint white. Set a LED tealight (battery operated) under the cone for the lit up effect!   You can buy Best LED Tea Light in the market http://www.amazon.com/BEST-FLAMELESS-TEA-LIGHTS-Pack/dp/B00HAQUI4A/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

DIY modern perforated christmas trees: uses simple paper mache cones found at the craft store, drill a few holes (sand them a bit as needed) and spray paint white. Set a LED tealight (battery operated) under the cone for the lit up effect!

Book trees--may make with songbooks & some spray glitter and use for women's Christmas brunch next year!

Tabletop trees are popular this time of year; make your homemade Christmas tree decoration stand out by trying this Festive Folded Book Page Tree. With this recycled book page craft tutorial, you can learn how to make a Christmas tree.

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Patterned-Paper Christmas Trees Spruce up your holiday decor with patterned-paper trees. Cut or punch a decorative edge from and strips of patterned paper; curl the edges by wrapping them around a pencil.

31 Christmas tree - make it with fabric swatches. Would be cute o  a vendor table at Christmas time

How to make a scrapbook paper Christmas tree. I think using little fabric swatches would be cute, too, trimmed with pinking shears to stop fraying.

Cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with elmers glue, allow to dry, take away cone.

I presume saran wrap is plastic kitchen wrap aka Gladwrap? Christmas tree: cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with Elmer's glue, dry, take away cone;

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