Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Festive Stuffed Christmas Trees: Part 2

You may have seen my first post about the popular stuffed trees. Go here for the tutorial and to see some of the holiday fabrics.

I wanted to show you some of the other fun fabrics I enjoyed using to make trees.
The muslin tree came out so cute and it's perfect for a shabby-chic look.These Bears trees were a huge hit at work and with my friends. I bet I've made at least 12 of them for friends and coworkers.
I live in Bears country, but there are a few Colts fans who asked for their favorite team.
If you'd like to see the tutorial for the trees, stop by here.

Linking up here


  1. Hi, great minds think alike! I made these this year using my "faux" grain sack muslin. I left the edges out instead of turning them. You can see one here. I am going to make a larger one to fit onto my antique urn in the kitchen. They are so fun to make! http://meli-melo-art.blogspot.com/2010/12/beginning-of-christmas-mantel.html

  2. Super cute and festive - love how you can personalize them! :)


  3. Hello Lisa, nice to meet you! Thank you for your visit and lovely comment! I love these small trees of yours! You make lovely crafts - I'll be back soon!
    Wishes from Teje

  4. What an adorable tree. I live in Bears country too.

  5. Very cute, I love the different designs.

    Your trees are adorable. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    Look forward to what you link up next to **Amaze me August**

    Bella :)

  6. Oh I really love these, I remember my mom having these when I was growing up and I'd love to make some for our home.


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