DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

DIY Christmas Trees: Confetti Cones!

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

photos by Jared Smith

In case you’re not the traditional decor type, you’ve just determined you’re not messing with untangling lights this year, or you loved our tree alternatives from last year (here, here, and here) I’ve got a good DIY alternative for you. Albeit the’yre a little bit abstract, but these DIY Christmas trees are definitely easy to put up and take down, plus you can add as much as little color as you want to suit your color scheme

To make them doubly awesome, you can basically create a whole mini forest with as inexpensive as they are, and your pets won’t dare wear one of these, ha!..

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Materials:

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Spray some of the adhesive inside the coat VERY lightly, the confetti will naturally want to stick because of the static, so no need to be heavy handed with it.

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Sprinkle in the confetti and roll the cone around so it falls evenly.

Now you can spray the caps colors of your choice, and even a little fake snow to top it off!

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Confession: as much as we’ve been creating holiday content, we still haven’t even decorated for Christmas ourselves! I know, I know. It’s sad.

Have you all made any of our tree alternatives for your decor this year?! Be sure to tag them with #mysugarandcloth so we can follow along and regram some of our favorites!

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

DIY Christmas Trees: Confetti Cones!

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

photos by Jared Smith

In case you’re not the traditional decor type, you’ve just determined you’re not messing with untangling lights this year, or you loved our tree alternatives from last year (here, here, and here) I’ve got a good DIY alternative for you. Albeit the’yre a little bit abstract, but these DIY Christmas trees are definitely easy to put up and take down, plus you can add as much as little color as you want to suit your color scheme

To make them doubly awesome, you can basically create a whole mini forest with as inexpensive as they are, and your pets won’t dare wear one of these, ha!..

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Materials:

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Spray some of the adhesive inside the coat VERY lightly, the confetti will naturally want to stick because of the static, so no need to be heavy handed with it.

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Sprinkle in the confetti and roll the cone around so it falls evenly.

Now you can spray the caps colors of your choice, and even a little fake snow to top it off!

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & clothDIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Confession: as much as we’ve been creating holiday content, we still haven’t even decorated for Christmas ourselves! I know, I know. It’s sad.

Have you all made any of our tree alternatives for your decor this year?! Be sure to tag them with #mysugarandcloth so we can follow along and regram some of our favorites!

Comments

  • Anita B.

    11.24.15

    These are really trendy – love the dusting of “snow” on the tips and the confetti inside.

  • gabriella

    11.24.15

    These are abstract, but so lovely! These would be perfect to use as an accent on my new bar cart – which I’m hoping my guy will let me paint a soft shade of pink ;)

    g.

  • Pippa Clark

    11.24.15

    This looks more like a DIY birthday decoration than a Christmas tree, but it’s cute.

  • I have done like 4 Christmas DIYS so far and not a single thing to my actual house yet… maybe this weekend! I love these fun colors for Christmas! I’m also going fairly nontraditional in my Christmas decor this year. I think the peach/coral trees are my favorite (no surprise there!)

  • Supershirles

    11.25.15

    Obsessed with the colors! What colors were used to spray the caps? Thanks!

  • Lisa

    12.08.15

    Love these!! Gotta throw a bit of untraditional decorating into the mix.

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