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10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doily’s

Looking for a simple and easy craft? Come and see how I made a 10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doilies | www.raggedy-bits.com

I have joined up with a really awesome group of clever ladies on Facebook called the Simple Daily DIY Group! The idea behind the group is to create a simple project that takes around 10 minutes. Today’s challenge is to make something out of Twigs and Sticks! This has led me to my 10 Minute Twig Tree!

10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doily’s

Looking for a simple and easy craft? Come and see how I made a 10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doilies | www.raggedy-bits.com

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Looking for a simple and easy craft? Come and see how I made a 10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doilies | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

 

 

Looking for a simple and easy craft? Come and see how I made a 10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doilies | www.raggedy-bits.com

Using your scrap paper, place your twigs into your pitcher and scrunch the paper all around so that the twigs are stable.

Looking for a simple and easy craft? Come and see how I made a 10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doilies | www.raggedy-bits.com

Then using your small pegs and vintage doily’s  peg away and decorate your branches.

Looking for a simple and easy craft? Come and see how I made a 10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doilies | www.raggedy-bits.com

Looking for a simple and easy craft? Come and see how I made a 10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doilies | www.raggedy-bits.com

I am really enjoying these challenges as I don’t often get to make things for myself and it also really gets your creative juices flowing! Hopefully, through seeing some of my projects through this challenge you will be inspired too!

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I put together this fun video of my 10 Minute Twig Tree! Feel free to check it out and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more fun tutorials!

Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to Pin for later 🙂

Looking for a simple and easy craft? Come and see how I made a 10 Minute Twig Tree using Vintage Doilies | www.raggedy-bits.com

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42 comments

    1. Thank you, Susanne! I’m sure when you get there you will find some wonderful treasures and then be addicted! Thank you for popping by! Hope you have a wonderful weekend 🙂

  1. Simple and Cute! I love your comment about getting creative juices flowing with these daily 10 minute projects. I am not a DIY gal…though from all of the craft supplies, sewing machines, etc you wouldn’t know it! I think I am going to come up with one a month just get me back in the swing. It is always so satisfying to make something you love!

    1. Thank you, Debbie! It’s a great idea and makes you think of things that you wouldn’t even think of ordinarily! I totally agree with you when making something you love as it just makes that project so much more special!

  2. This is super cute. I have always wanted to know the names of bushes that would make great natural arrangements. I have palm trees and citrus trees and not many actual bushes.

    Lovely photos and DIY.

    Pam

    1. Thank you, Pamala! I used branches from a gum tree in our front yard! It dries nicely and has hardy branches that are good to hang goodies from!

      Thank you for stopping by and hope you have a wonderful weekend! 🙂

  3. Ok that large thud you heard was my jaw dropping. Love it! Shared on twitter & G+! I just got done photographing my dining room and a doily project I did. But I am afraid to say outloud that I cut up some doilies to use as artwork. I am loving this tree, I have a twiggy centerpiece I bought once and barely use. Now I need to go back to the junk store and find some tiny doilies. Very inspiring!
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