Tabletop Trees for Christmas! 3 Ideas

Create the beauty of a mini forest on any surface with some homemade tabletop trees.

Cover balsa wood with pretty paper, use our easy patterns, and you'll have a lightweight tabletop tree collection in no time (and at minimal cost)

Balsa Wood Tabletop Trees

  1. Cut paper to match the width of the balsa wood.
  2. Attach the paper to the balsa wood with spray adhesive.
  3. Download the tree patterns here.
  4. Attach the patterns lightly to the paper. Cut out with a knife.
  5. Run hot glue along one long edge. Glue the tree together.

How to Make Sparkling Tabletop Christmas Trees

Hello sequins! Decorate cones with gold sequins to create a tabletop tree in minutes!

Sequins Tabletop Trees

  1. Collect different sizes of cardboard cones and sequins.
  2. Place sequins on a flat tray.
  3. Hot glue the outside of the cones. Roll over the sequins.

Cheap Tabletop Trees Using Cupcake Liners

Almost better than cupcakes! Use pretty cupcake liners to create a ruffled tabletop tree. You need just four supplies.

Cupcake Liner Tabletop Trees

  1. Cut baking cups and discard the round bottom. Repeat with 15-20 cups.
  2.  Wrap a cut-out cupcake liner strip around the bottom of a foam cone. Secure with straight pins.
  3. Continue wrapping strips around the cone until you reach the top. Secure with a pin.

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