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

7 comments :

  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

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

    Roeshel

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  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

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

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  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 :)

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  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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