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Simple Snow Garland Trees

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There are so many of these cute trees all over the stores and craft blogs, that I knew I had to add my own version! They are so simple to make! Here’s how I made mine!

Simple Snow Garland Trees

Snow Trees


  • Large styrofoam cone
  • 5 5/8  x  7/8 in
  • 1 bag of Buffalo Snow Frosty Snow large flake
  • Elmers Glue-all
  • Wide paint brush
  • Spray glue
  • 1 can spray glitter


make snow treePaint half of the cone with a thick layer of the Elmers Glue-All, make sure it fills in all the holes. Take handfuls of snow and press into the glue. Let it dry for 30 min. Repeat for the other side.

It takes a little time to dry, but this makes a base of snow on your cone. After it has set, stand cone up and spray small sections with spray glue. Then press more snow onto the cone. Repeat until every area is nice and full.

Next spray with the spray glitter for a little more glam! Let it dry and that’s it!

Garland Trees


  • small styro foam cone
  • 18 in tall, hot glue gun
  • 12 foot tinsel garland


Set your hot glue gun on low so you do not to melt the foam. Start gluing the garland slowly around the bottom, go small section by small section in a spiral. At the top maneuver it a little to get the best tree top look. Trim the end and hot glue in place! That’s it!

Garland Tree

Garland OrnamentMy garland had 5 inches left over so I hot glued the two ends of the small piece of garland together to make a cute ball of tinsel. I just added a hook and made this awesome tinsel ball ornament! Too cute.  Next year, I think I will cut up a few garlands and make some of these for my tree!


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  1. These are both so pretty, and yet so easy. Love them both, and I’ve pinned & tweeted. I’ll link via Facebook to your tutorials later this holiday season, too. Thank you. Sharon

  2. Thank you for sharing this wonderful post at Potpourri Friday! Have a very Merry Christmas and wonderful Holiday Season!

  3. Your tree is absolutely gorgeous- I love that last picture! And I am loving the garland tree (and I loved what you did with the extra garland!). Thanks so much for linking up to Strut Your Stuff Saturday! We hope that you will join us tomorrow!

  4. Thanks for linking up to last week’s Refresh Your Nest Friday. The new party up and running if you’d like to link up this week as well!

  5. Your tree is so beautiful and festive!. Thank you for linking to the Christmas Tree Party at 2805!

  6. Hi Kim, I wanted to let you know that I’m going to be featuring your snow and garland trees tonight at Project Queen’s #12 Link Party Highlights!

    So glad you linked up and shared these adorable trees. Hope you come back again this week.

  7. great idea to use the leftover tinsel! Wow, Thank you for sharing this, love it! I just started a new linky party, and would love for you to join in! Monday Myriad Blog Hop

  8. Those trees are beautiful! I think my children would have fun trying to help make those. I am a new follow on Google Plus via the Monday Mingle Blog Hop.


  9. Those look awesome and your tree is incredible. Wow. I would like to invite you to link to

  10. How fun and festive! Thanks for linking up!

  11. Wonderful! Love both trees. Thanks for the tutorials! Merry Christmas!

  12. Your tree turned out so pretty. I’m making cone trees out of posterboard because I am cheap, lol. Love the little tinsel ornament you made, too!

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