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Starry Night Group golden star tree toppers to make your mantel shine. If the stars have a tendency to tip, use pea-size balls of clear candleholder wax to hold them upright.

Burst of (Silver or Gold) Tree Topper Make a custom tree topper by inserting narrow sticks into a foam ball. Spray-paint with the color of your choice. When dry, spray with spray adhesive and sprinkle with glitter. Tip: The topper will be most secure if one of the sticks is left long (about 18 inches) so that it can be wired to the tree trunk.

Felt Star Tree Topper : A big yellow star is a traditional tree topper, but when made from felt, this ornament becomes the literal star of the show. Cut two identical stars from yellow felt and stitch them together. Stick the star between two top branches. Don't worry about the star being perfect -- imperfections just add to the childish charm.

Festive Tree Topper by kristenscreations on Etsy I need to find someone crafty to help me make or find one of these. :)

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Christmas Tree Topper Melissa Squires Squires Squires Squires Squires K Duncan ...we need to make these for our trees!