Wood Christmas Tree Garland
Hi friends, its been awhile, since I’ve shared a craft project, so today I am sharing this super cute and easy Wood Christmas Tree Garland. I had a lot of fun making this because I adore the Darice mini wood die cut Christmas pieces. They are perfect to embelish your wood trees, that are also by Darice. You can find everything (minus the paint, I mixed two green paints I had at home) I used to make this garland at Consumer Crafts.
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To make this project you will need
- 1 package of wood Christmas trees (consumer crafts)
- 1 package of mini die cut Christmas pieces (consumer crafts)
- Medium thin Glue spots (consumer crafts)
- 1 sponge brush
- Christmas colored washi tape
- Jute string
- Green acrylic paint (your color options)
- Red burlap ribbon (optional and from consumer crafts)
I started by painting all my trees with green acrylic paint, I let them dry. I then covered up “4” of the trees with some washi tape. I then used my glue dots to adhere the mini die cut wood pieces to the wood trees. I then threaded my just string through the trees and hung up my garland. To add some more texutre to the garland I added some red burlap ribbon tied behind the tree gardland.
Here it is.
I adore how it turned out, and it looks great put together with my vintage camper and tonka truck vignette.
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