Make A Twiggy Christmas Tree

Make A Twiggy Christmas Tree

Make A Twiggy Christmas Tree

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It is end of November, hope you have had a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and families. End of November is also the time to countdown for the Christmas (hurray!!!). Have you started your Christmas crafting? Or, you have already finished all and enjoy the moment of waiting the day to come. What ever it is, I hope you have the most delightful Christmas every year. If you need to find more crafts to make for Christmas, the list is here.

I made a Twiggy Christmas Tree a few days ago and would like to share the method with you all. I used some left-over decorative twigs but you can go to the wood to pick up some since it should be pretty easy to find some at this time. This tutorial is easily adaptable to your liking, for example; if you like the Twiggy Christmas Tree a little compact, you can add more twigs in between; you may also re-size the Christmas tree to smaller or bigger tree; add some mini decorative ornaments and wind a mini garland to customize the look thus will add some details to it.

This is the fifth Christmas Tree I have made for the Christmas, come after Kanzashi Christmas Tree, Amigurumi Christmas Tree, Pom-Pom Christmas Tree and Mini Styrofoam Christmas Tree. Making Christmas tree fills the home with more holiday ambient and I love this feeling a lot, so calm and happy!

I think I will need to plan for some baking too…. gingerbread man, ginger snap, cupcakes etc…. ;) Happy crafting and baking, after all, it is a joyous thing to make for the home and family at the end of every year!!!

{CLICK HERE to get the tutorial of “Make A Twiggy Christmas Tree”.}

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  1. I just love this little Christmas Tree, so delicate and just the right size for my lounge. Thanks so much xx

  2. Pingback:Dollar Store Crafts » Blog Archive » Make a Twig Christmas Tree

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