As many of you know, I can’t resist a fun diy especially when it comes to Christmas! To make this Christmas tablescape a bit more exciting I decided to do a Cone Christmas Tree DIY.
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Yarn Christmas Tree DIY
Last year I made yarn trees and they added such a whimsical touch to my Christmas decor. Below I will share the supplies I used to create this look. But this year I did a different twist to the yarn trees. Here is last years diy yarn trees with twinkle lights.
- Tree Cone
- Chunky Yarn
- Hot Glue Gun
- Small Wood Rounds
- Pom Pom Trim
Yarn Christmas Tree Craft
Start by wrapping your yarn around the tree cone and slowly glue. Once it is done it’s time to add your trim. You can get creative here, I just simply wrapped it around gently. Then add a couple of drops of glue in some spots. I topped it with a wood star.
Christmas Table Decor
So you can either leave them as is or add a dowel with a wood round. To do this I stick my dowel directly into the foam tree base. Time to add the small wood rounds. I glued the round directly onto the dowel. But if you want to make it even more sturdy, you can drill a hole into the round that is the size of the dowel. If you love creating, check out our DIY Craft board on Pinterest for more inspiration.
Easy Christmas Table Setting
For this table I wanted a fun pop of red! With a simple cedar garland down the center scattered with yarn trees and tea light candles. Then white soup bowls with a napkin and gnome placed in them. This made for an easy Christmas table. Shop this look below with our affiliate links.
Christmas Table with Trees
But we can’t forget about the pop of gold in the silverware. Gold is always so elegant. What is so exciting this Christmas is we will have a new grandbaby! Making for number 2. Dane and Lissa are having another baby girl, take a look at how we did their gender reveal for the first grandbaby. What are you most excited for this Christmas?
Christmas Table Centerpiece
I almost forgot, don’t forget all the cozy things to add to the table setting. Like a blanket draped on a chair or a pillow. If you want more holiday fun, take a look at how we created boho Christmas stockings. Thanks for stopping by!