Christmas is at the end of this week, so if you are looking for a last minute hostess gift or just a quickie idea to spruce up your holiday decorations, check out some of these fabulous Christmas tree ideas. Normally I would number these, but this time there’s not a lot of room left for numbers! The links are below, they correspond with the pictures starting from left to right and then moving down to the next row.

1. IKEA Vase Christmas “Trees”
2. 3D Paper Tree
3. Yarn Wrapped Trees
4. Ruffled Fabric Tree
5. Wooden Frame and Shim Christmas Tree
6. Anthropologie White Feather Christmas Tree Knockoff
7. Ruffled Christmas Trees
8. Ruffled Trees
9. Glittered Bedspring Trees
10. Lighted Christmas Tree
11. Split Tree
12. Glitter Damask Christmas Tree
13. Pearlized Christmas Tree
14. Sewing Pattern Christmas Tree
15. Christmas Ornament Tree
16. Jute Christmas Trees
17. Magazine Christmas Tree
18. Aged Paper Tree
19. Patterned Paper Christmas Trees
20. Pinecone and Berry Tree
21. Silver Beaded Tree
22. Driftwood Trees
23. Fabric Covered Poster Board Christmas Tree Cones
24. Rosette Christmas Tree
25. Spray Painted Trees

By Amanda Formaro


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  2. Christina @ Christina's Adventures on December 22, 2010 11:18 am

    THANK YOU for featuring my yarn-wrapped trees! I am honored! :)

  3. Cyndy on December 22, 2010 1:28 pm

    Thank you SOOO much for featuring my fabric covered poster board tree cones! I am so thrilled! Thank you!

  4. Erin Madsen on December 22, 2010 11:04 pm

    I’m so excited to be featured on your 25 Christmas tree crafts! I’ve grabbed a button and posted it to my blog! Thanks again!

  5. Confessions of a Paper-Crafts Chick on December 24, 2010 7:59 pm

    Such great trees! Merry Christmas everyone!

  6. Michelle on December 22, 2011 1:31 pm

    On the magazine tree, I can’t get my backs to come together, what do you do?

  7. Amanda Formaro on December 26, 2011 7:41 am

    You will need to contact the designer and ask them :)

  8. nancy carlson on November 18, 2013 6:06 pm

    Great collection. I’ll maybe make one or two of them, since I want to make a virtual forest of trees!
    Only problem with this post is that all the projects open in the same window. It would be much more convenient if they opened in a new window.

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