Paper Roll Christmas Trees

Paper Roll Christmas Trees

Paper Roll Christmas Trees

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Last Year I made a few ornaments from paper rolls and I had everyone and their mother saving their paper rolls for me, so you can imagine how many I have.

This weekend I decided to use some of them and make Christmas Trees.
I made two of them.

I cut strips from the roll and glued  the points together.
I applied Mod Podge and sprinkled Epsom salt
and stacked it with the largest to the the smallest creating a tree shape.

 Whimsical  tree


To create the Whimsical tree I took the paper roll and cut it down the side and opened it up and rolled it into a shape of a cone and trimmed the bottom. I did this for all three pieces varying in size, filled the tops with paper and stacked and glued them.. I cut strips from the paper roll  in four different lengths and curled them using a small round wooden stick to curl the edges and then started  gluing them largest to the smallest to the cones.  To finish it,  I again used Mod Podge and sprinkled Epsom Salts.

 
 
 
 
 
I found this cute little deer and I couldn’t resist…Isn’t he adorable?

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4 Comments

  1. How darling, and how clever! I love recycling toilet paper rolls. We all use them, and we all go through a lot of them. Perfect use for them. I can't wait to make my own. Thanks so much for sharing. Happy Thursday to you!

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  2. A silk purse out of a sow&#39;s ear, very creative!<br />Bliss

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  3. Isn&#39;t it amazing what you can do with a bit of brown paper and glue? These are a super cute craft, I would love to make these with my daughter come fall. Now following, A

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