Another favorite Christmas decoration at our house is the “fabric forest” I made last winter. I enjoyed getting these colorful little trees back out to display on top of the china hutch again! You can make the trees any size, and they’re a great way to use up some remnants that might not work for other projects. For a step-by-step photo tutorial, click here. ♥
Good idea and very effective when there is a group of them.
Thank you! I like the different fabrics/different sizes, too. One of the fabrics even has John Deere tractors on it! 🙂
I love a beautiful Christmassy forest like yours! 🙂
Tim, well said! 🙂
Thank you, Tim! 🙂
I love those. . . and Grandma’s Santa garland! And your snowy blog! And you, Sis!
Thank you, Susan . . . love you too . . . can’t wait to see you next weekend!!!
like the trees…but, the Santa Garland is definitely cute!…I love Santas lately!
I just love that garland, too! I inherited from my grandmother, who always hung it on their mantel. It makes me smile every December!
Thank you, Lindsay! 🙂
I remember that post and gave away the ones I made. I should replace them……..seems like it would be a good project for January! Hugs…….
It WOULD! We all have long project lists for the new year already, don’t we! 🙂
Wow!!! I guess! January is lookin’ totally booked!!! No time for “cabin fever” or SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)!!!!!!! Yowzers!!!!!
Thank you! Fabric trees are pretty handy this time of year! 🙂
I love your fabric forest trees! I agree with Tim, I love a beautiful Christmassy forest like yours! 🙂
Thank you! It’s a fun little addition to the other decorations! 🙂
What a lovely display. I loved your Christmas Tree forest the first time round and still love it now as it looks so bright and uplifting!
Thank you, Susan! 🙂
Thank you, Sarah! It was really fun to make, too! 🙂
I may have to try a miniature forest made from old Christmas cards. Good idea!
I love that idea! I hope we get to see your creation! 🙂
I had a brain freeze. I couldn’t figure out how to make them. I still think it is possible, but I will have to do some more work on it.
Great idea…thanks for sharing!
You’re very welcome, Ayesha! 🙂
Those trees are sooo cute! Hey…burlap or jute trees would be cute; I’d probably leave them up all year 🙂
I LOVE that idea! And I have burlap! It’s on my project list now . . . thank you! 🙂
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