18 Creative Felt Christmas Tree Ideas
The soft and attractive texture of felt makes it suitable to be used for a variety of craft projects. Wouldn’t it be amazing to try your hands in making a Christmas tree out of it so that in the festive season you will have something innovative to flaunt. Buying felt Christmas tree kits will save you from the tedious task of looking for the materials separately.
Some of these small felt trees can be used as ornaments for your Christmas tree. You can even use different colored glitters, handmade gifts or other decorative pieces instead of buttons.
Ask your little one to cut the bells and stars for you while you work on the main design.
The straight cuts on the red skirt intensifies its elegance.
Your kid will be delighted to see this big tree gracing the wall of his room.
You might add glitters on the star to increase its brightness.
Your mischievous and playful child will be hooked on to making this colorful tree for hours. Make interesting shapes and colors to bring in creativity.
Rather than asking your children to stay away from messing up the Christmas tree, as you may always do, give them the joy of putting their artistic skills into action by decorating these ready-made cones as per their choice.
If you desire to decorate the walls of your child’s room with a lot of interesting things, then this felt Christmas tree would not be a wrong choice. You can also add a snowman and a Santa Claus on the tree to give it a different touch.
These Christmas tree cutouts will guide you in making a big Christmas tree with colorful pompoms.
If your toddler has just learned to comprehend things, then make his Christmas a fulfilling one by gifting him this big hand-made tree. Stuff your tree with fluffs and hang small gifts on it to make it look big, bright and colorful.
Using sparkled felt makes this otherwise simple tree look attractive.
If you have a creative bent of mind, always keen on experimenting new ideas, then this square design would be perfect for you to implement. Rather than the balls, you can use small stars at each end and a bigger one at the top.
The beautifully arranged leaves on these cones make this tree look realistic, resembling the ones found in the Coniferous forests.
So what are you waiting for? Make good use of your idle time by attempting to make these unique crafts. The simple methods in most of the tutorials are highly kids-friendly, giving children an opportunity of boosting up their motor and cognitive skills.
Published on August 7th 2015 by Miranda Gibbs