Last weeks I made my own DIY Yarn Christmas Cone Trees
It was a quick simple and inexpensive project!
-Cardboard tree cones ($1.49 at my Micahels)
-Scissors (to cut yarn at end)
When the Christmas things first started coming out, I found this great Pom-pom yarn on sale and snagged a few.
Begin at the bottom of your cone and spray a couple of inches of adhesive glue around the bottom of the cone. (Don't spay higher than that or it will dry before you get it wrapped)
|This worked amazingly well!|
For the white- I went back over each row a few times as the cardboard shows through more with the white.
Once you reach where you sprayed too, spray a couple more inches then keep wrapping
Wrap until you reach the top and cut off extra.
I only used about half of the red, but all of the white for the tall cone as more was needed for a full coverage.
I do love how fluffy the white one looks
|Just used some fun tube like ribbon for the little guy|
So easy, inexpensive and fun and a project I actually finished during our girls crafting night!
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