Holiday Yarn Trees

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Easy Yarn Holiday Cone Trees

If you noticed my last post the Fox Holiday Wreath, you would of seen these three easy trees in action! I needed something to compliment my wreath for this years holiday decor. They literally take 10 minutes apiece to make. The hard part was deciding what yarn to use. No need to buy these cute cone trees this year make them yourself! Here’s how ya make them!

Holiday Yarn Trees

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Instructions:

Holiday cone trees out of poster board

First roll your poster board into a cone with a tight point. Hot glue the flap side down tight. Trim the bottom flat so the cone will stand up level and straight.

Glue yarn to tip of cone tree and wrap

Hot glue the end of the yarn to the tip or inside the tip, let it dry and start wrapping. I added a line of glue about an inch long horizontally down the cone as I wrap to keep the yarn snug. Glue the end to the bottom.

For the white cone I wrapped the bakers twine crisscross in an argyle pattern. Glue on your dingle ball trim or just leave them plain, and that’s it! So easy and fast to make! Check out my matching Sweet Fox Holiday Wreath tutorial, it’s super easy to make as well!

Vintage Fox Bottle Brush Wreath madeinaday.com

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Simple Sweet Holiday Yarn Trees,Yarn wrapped cones with simple trim!

19 thoughts on “Holiday Yarn Trees

  1. Kim, these are adorable and go perfect with your wreath!! Thank you so much for linking up to Get Your DIY On! We were so happy to have you and hope you’ll link up next month with your Organization Project!

    Mandy @ The Hankful House

  2. These are so cute! I definitely need to make some of these to add to my Christmas decor this year. 🙂

  3. I love how these turned out! My favorite is the green one with the trim. Love the texture!

  4. Congratulations! This post is going to be featured over at Diana Rambles tomorrow and has been pinned in the Featured at Diana Rambles board at Pinterest, Tweeted, and Recommended on G+. Please grab a featured button off my sidebar or via the link under the features. Thanks for sharing this awesome idea!

  5. So pretty and so easy! I think I will do these with my four year old. I love crafty projects that we can do together that (at least are potentially) elegant.

    If you’re interested, I’d love to have you join my Yarn Fanatic Party!

  6. Love these sweet decorations. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. I will feature your craftiness on Monday xo

  7. Kim, these are darling! Thank you for sharing your simple and beautiful idea. Pinned!

  8. Super darling!! Thanks for sharing on Trash 2 Treasure Tuesday – I’m def pinning these on the highlights board! 🙂

  9. Love this! Thanks for sharing! Also, wanted to let you know I have a link party on Wednesday, hope to see you there! Can’t wait to party with you at

  10. The trees are so cute! I love the fox wreath as well.
    ~Bonnie @ Our Secondhand House

  11. You have made the cutest holiday decorations! Wow!

  12. I think I need to make some of these! We have a few empty spots on our kitchen bar (Christmas decoration central!) and those would look great in a group there!

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