We’re back again for Waste Not Wednesday and sharing our final Christmas In July projects. Making all these fun Christmas projetcs these past few weeks sure has got me so inspired for Christmas in December!! My list of projects keeps growing lol! Today I’m sharing how to make a Wooden Stand Farmhouse Fabric Christmas Tree.
How To Make A Wooden Stand Farmhouse Fabric Christmas Tree
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Welcome back to Waste Not Wednesday! For those who have been following along for a while, you’ll know Waste Not Wednesday as a linky party. But Leanna and I have decided to change things up a bit. Each Wednesday, we will be bringing you fun projects from us and some of our favourite bloggers. This week’s theme is all about Christmas In July using wood!
- Scrap Wood – 22 cm x 9cm
- Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint – Voodoo Gel Stain – Tobacco Road
- Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint – Gator Hide Applicator Sponge
- Grain Sack material
- Jute and Ribbon for embellishements
- Glue Gun
- Large Craft Stick
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Step 1 – Fold your fabric in half from the top and place the craft stick onto the fabric to measure where to cut. I eye balled this step but you can measure it out if you want using a ruler and a fabric pen. Cut using your scissors.
Step 2 – Fold your fabric in half and cut keeping the fold line at the top.
Step 3 – Then from the bottom right hand corner cut diagonally to the top of the fabric on the left had side.
Step 4 – Place your fabric facing down and carefully glue gun down the sides of the tree about 10mm from the edge. Place the seconf part of the tree onto the fabric, this time with the pattern facing you. It’s best to work in sections rather then doing the whole lot in one becuase the glue drys too quickly. Be sure to leave a gap across the bottom of the tree so that you can pop the toy filler in.
Step 4 – Using your sponge and tabacoo road apply to your scrap wood and craft stick. Let dry completely.
Step 5 – Open up the base of your tree and using the craft stick fill with toy fill and seal off with your glue gun.
Step 6 – Glue the tree to the back of the wooden block and then embellish the base of your tree with ribbon and berries.
And you’re all done! Now it’s time to decorate and enjoy your new creation!
Let’s take a peek at what my dear friend Leanna has created for her Christmas In July Wood Project!
DIY Pallet Christmas Trees | Pretty DIY Home
Be sure to check out below FOUR other fun Christmas projects you can make too.
Happy Painting & Creating,
Don’t have time to make it now? Be sure to PIN for later!
Like to see some more fun Christmas Projects?
Upcycled Christmas Sleigh From Trash Finds | Prodigal Pieces
DIY Christmas Churches | Do Dodson Designs
Little Red Christmas Wagon | Home On The Hill