Make a Forest of Trees from Scraps

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Mix In Other Colors to Match Your Holiday Decor!

Pull out all your green scraps for these charming trees. Make a few or a lot for a centerpiece or your mantel. You might even tuck a small ceramic church or Christmas shop among a forest of trees.

Greens work well with the rustic wooden bases. We can also imagine the trees made up in other Christmas colors. Choose what works with your decor and have fun making this easy project.

Scrappy Christmas Trees Pattern

You can easily adjust the height and shape of the trees for variety. After all, no two trees are exactly alike! Embellish them if you want with tiny garlands and such. You’re sure to find interesting options at the dollar store.

The tallest tree, designed by Valori Wells, is about 12″ with the base.

Click here to purchase the “Scrappy Christmas Trees” pattern.


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