With snow on the ground holiday creating is in full force and I am so excited to share this Christmas DIY project! The Christmas decor in my front room is a little more rustic so I thought a burlap Christmas tree would be the perfect addition.
Start out with some green burlap and Martha Stewart Water-resistant fabric stiffener.
Cut three circles from your burlap.
Make three cones out of cardstock by rolling it and hot gluing in place.
This is my ode to the road construction that’s been going on around here.
Over a piece of wax paper, douse your circles in fabric stiffener spreading it evenly over the whole surface. I just used my hands so I could really get both sides completely drenched on both sides.
Lay your circles over the cones, helping them to ripple just how you want them. I put a rubber band lightly around the top to help them stay, but it really isn’t necessary. Let them dry overnight.
Cut a sturdy cardboard tube (smaller and thicker than a paper towel roll, I think mine may have been the middle of a tiny wrapping paper roll?) to size. About half of what is shown here.
Cover in garden twine securing with hot glue along the way. Hot glue it to an upside down dessert plate.
Hot glue on your “circles” one by one. This can get tricky gluing where the ripples touch the next layer without having the glue show.
Grab your Martha Stewart Adhesive stencils.
Use the smallest snowflake and stencil all around the plate with Martha Stewart silver metallic paint.
I love that you can literally stencil ANYWHERE wtih these! Can you imagine trying to get in that tiny nook with a regulr stencil?! These were so easy to use I had all the snowflakes done in like 5 minutes!
I let the silver dry and then went back over and hand painted glitter paint over each snowflake.
Now here she stands, waiting patiently for the rest of the Christmas decor to join her on the day after Thanksgiving.
Check out these other fun Christmas DIY projects!
Tatertots & Jello: Holiday Stenciled Sign
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