Christmas Tree Garland


Christmas Tree Garland


Christmas Tree Garland
Christmas Tree Garland

Bring the holiday cheer to your home this winter with this Christmas Tree Garland. The trees on this easy DIY garland make great scrap busters for all of your fun and festive fabrics. Learn how to make a garland that will tie together the rest of your Christmas decorations. Simply cut the trees, add some stuffing, a trunk, and tie them together. You'll be able to crank out several of these trees in an evening and they make great ornaments to give away.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byEither Hand or Machine


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These are darling on my mantel stairs! Super easy quick, too!

These trees would look lovely on s mantel, staircase, or even a bookcase or window. But it might be even better with a sturdier way to string them together depending on the ribbon or twill used. Some tinsel garland might look nice with the trees hanging a bit lower, perhaps attached with sewn thinner fishing line, or even a star to cover the connection area. Another possibility is punching holes along the garland and using a paper lip or ornament hook to hang. These could even be made with names on each, for decorating, or as cute gift tags!

This is a quick and easy-to-sew Christmas tree garland project. Since the fabric trees are cut out with pinking shears or pinking rotary blade the cutting of the trees is done in little time. The cut trees are sewn wrong sides together so there is no turning. A little poly stuffing is all that is needed to plump the trees. I would sew on a few tiny buttons to decorate each tree as well.


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