Flocked Mini Topiary Trees

By: Shannon Madigan from Madigan Made
Flocked Mini Topiary Trees
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Learn how to make a mini Christmas tree with this tutorial for Flocked Mini Topiary Trees. This easy Christmas craft is a fantastic way to decorate your home on a budget. Maybe you didn't see exactly what you were looking for in-stores, or maybe you don't want to pay the Pottery Barn price. Whatever your reason may be, these trees are absolutely gorgeous homemade decorations that will really make your home stand out this Christmas.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialStyrofoam


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What is flocking? I seen this once before for a larger tree, but I have no idea what it means. I want to make this tree because it looks so fuzzy and cute. I know my daughter will love this tree for her dorm room. I want to make her one too. She will be so happy to display it.

Have not made it yet but it looks fairly simple. For Christmas I love to decorate with trees and this will just add to my collection. If you use the natural evergreen it will add a nice smell to the house, just like a real Christmas tree. Also a trip to the dollar store will help supply many of the materials needed. You also also glue on some tiny balls for decoration. I can't wait to make these. Thank you.

Flocked mini topiary trees are one of the best crafts I have seen in a long time. They are the perfect addition to any home or office. I would have never guessed they were this easy to make and not very expensive.You can get the green garland at the dollar store if they have any in or if not it goes on sale in November. It garland also comes in whit and tinsel. I have a friend that loves topiaries and this will be great for her. I like that each one you do will be a one of a kind. Thanks for the tutorial. Anyone making any?

I like this project but can not find the save button to save it to my computer. HELP!

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