{Video Tutorial} Gift Wrap Garland Christmas Tree

Last year I made a Tissue Paper Tree that took me the most part of December to finish. By far my most tedious project to date! Going into the Christmas holiday this year I did not want to take on another tedious project like this; however, I did want to make some more Christmas cone trees to decorate with. While browsing through WalMart at lunch in October I stumbled across this amazing and inexpensive gift wrap garland ($1.27 per roll). I instantly knew it would look perfect wrapped around a cone. I picked up two rolls, and put it off to the side since I was still feverishly working on Halloween projects.

I took advantage of the fact that we’ve had guest over and my craft room has been on the cleaner side since Halloween and will stay like that through Christmas! I mounted our point-and-shoot camera in the craft room and began filming this video tutorial!

I hope you enjoyed my video tutorial and learned how to make your very own Gift Wrap Garland Christmas Tree by using; gift wrap garland, styrofoam cone, hot glue gun, and hot glue gun helpers.

Display your new Christmas decoration where everyone will see it shine!

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Comments

  1. Great video tutorial! I love the garland Christmas tree. So festive!

  2. Very cute! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. This is such a stinkin’ great idea! I’m gonna steal it :) Thanks for the inspiration :)!!!

  4. you’re so crafty and awesome! Love this!!! :)

  5. This looks great!!! I want to try this!
    Stopping by from Southern Lovely
    lifewiththehawleys.blogspot.com

  6. Oh, I really, really like this. Cute!

  7. So easy and so clever. Nice job. They look great!

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