There are endless amounts of beautiful craft projects on Pinterest. Picking one to make can be tough, but with Christmas right around the corner, I figured one with a holiday theme would be best.
I went with a Holiday Ruffle Tree and I'm happy with how it turned out!
My Ruffle Tree
What you’ll need:
Styrofoam tree form
Decoration of your choosing or glitter (optional)
I used a bottle cap as my circle template and folded the felt over so that I was able to cut lots of circles each time.
I did the circles very close together on the tree and probably cut about 350 in total, which made this very time consuming. You can do less and space them further apart.
Take each circle and fold it in half two times to make a rosette shape.
Insert one dressmaker pin as close to the bottom as possible and push it into your tree form starting at the top.
Continue these steps and work your way around until you complete the tree.
Top with glitter or decoration and you’re done!
When I finally decorate for Christmas, this will look nice tied in with all of my other decor.
P.S. The lucky winner of the Julep Nail Polish giveaway is Leslie from Life in its Ordinary Form. Congrats, girl! Email me with your information when you get a chance. Thank you to everyone that entered!