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Christmas tree: cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with Elmer's glue, dry, take away cone; voila!

Stand-Alone Mini Christmas Tree: cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with Elmer's glue, dry, take away cone — voila!

Santa Claus Snowflake Skew Neck Pullover Christmas Sweatshirt

Santa Claus Snowflake Skew Neck Pullover Christmas Sweatshirt

Use paper plates to make mini Christmas trees. WAY cheaper than the styro ones I'm seeing around town.

Use paper plates and tissue paper to make mini Christmas trees. But the styrofoam cones would probably be easier.

Fabric covered poster board Christmas tree cones - The Creativity Exchange

Poster Board Christmas Tree Cones

DIY Fabric Covered Poster Board Christmas Tree Cones on top of candlesticks. I bet I could sew cones out of the fabric that would be removable for each season (candlestick & cardboard would stay all the time and just the fabric would change?

I am in love with these! Styrofoam balls, glue and your favorite yarn color.

Styrofoam ball + glue + yarn = Christmas ornaments ~ I'll admit I'm intrigued, my family puts Christmas decorations eeeeverywhere, maybe this will be an addition?

How to Make Christmas Tree Cone Craft Forms for 10 Cents Apiece

How to Make Christmas Tree Cone Craft Forms for 10 Cents Apiece

Make these cones for 10 cents a piece with poster board and use them to create your own gorgeous mini Christmas Trees- full tutorial at The Happy Housie

Recycling : Old CD Ornament - Great idea,  safer than handling pieces of mirror

Christmas Craft Old CD-turned-disco ball ornament, plus 24 other fantastic DIY Christmas ornament ideas

Welcome back to the continuation of the Handmade Holiday Series featuring STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam. This week we are sharing a total of twenty five inspiring projects to create for the upcoming holiday season. I am thrilled to introduce our next guest,Michelle from Sweet Something Designs Infusing natural rustic decor into your holiday decor creates a …

Pinecone Topiary Trees featuring Michelle from Sweet Something Designs {Handmade Holidays Project No.20

Pinecone Topiary Trees- take apart pinecones.then hot glue onto brown spray-painted tree-shaped cones. They look so natural.like they grew that way! Make several sizes and group them with natural greenery, burlap ribbon. other naturals - nuts, dried

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