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Rag Ribbon Tabletop Christmas Trees

By: Lucy Akins from craftberrybush.com
Updated September 17, 2019
Rag Ribbon Tabletop Christmas Trees
Rag Ribbon Tabletop Christmas Trees
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Get rustic this Christmas with these Rag Ribbon Tabletop Christmas Trees. These DIY mini trees will look beyond beautiful set on the side table in your living room or as the centerpieces on your dining table. Made with raggedy scraps of cotton, linen, or burlap, these trees look just tough enough. In addition to the incredible texture of the ribbon, you can always use patterned ribbon, various colors, or a version with pretty script as these tabletop Christmas trees have. To get the festive curls? Use an old curling iron!

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsFabric

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What a lovely idea for a tree for your table, right? I can't believe how cute it is and easy to do. I bet this would be a great idea to do with my daughter. The little tree would fit perfect in her dorm, and I could put one on my mantle. I think this would be a sweet hostess or host gift too. You could give this to people throwing parties that you want to thank with someone more than a few words.

What a great idea. My friend lives in a log cabin style home and this will be their second Christmas there. I think a few of these on their mantel place will be a very nice touch. Burlap would really fit in with the de or. Thank you for this marvelous inspiration!

I could not imagine how easy it is to make a tiny, rustic Christmas tree. I made a version of my own. I mixed ribbons, rags and printed scrapbook papers. I put glitters of different colors, too. My cousins loved it because it was colorful and very lively.

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