DIY MODERN & RUSTIC CHRISTMAS TREE


Please watch this video tutorial below, to know how I created this modern Christmas tree.

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29 comments

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog to check on me sweet Naush. I am not absent by choice. My husband passed away from sudden cardiac arrest on October 17. So I really don’t have any creative mojo at the moment. I’m still following and watching just not creating.

    • Thank you very much hon. The party will begins this evening.
      Please subscribe to my blog so as to get notification when the party begins.

    • Hello Betty. Thank you for you comment. Actually, Fabric and drapes are rolled on these cylindrical cardboard rolls – when the roll of fabric material is sold – thee store dumps the cardboard roll.
      I had picked such rolls from one of my visits and used it here.
      You can use kitchen rolls or toilet rolls – however, to fit the baubles in the toilet rolls may not be possible coz it larger than the roll size.
      Please click on the video link in the blog post for the tutorial.
      I’m so glad you liked the tree and would love to your creation too.

  2. This is a cute Christmas decoration. Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I’m visiting from the You’re the Star linkup. Have a great day Naush!

  3. This is adorable Naush! You always come up with best ideas! I’m sharing this with my daughter. I know the perfect place in her little apartment to put it. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Thank you Nicole. We don’t celebrate Christmas either but I love teaching Holiday crafts and will be sharing some ornaments too.

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