DIY Christmas Trees: DIY Confetti Cones

DIY Christmas Trees — Make a whole forest of these budget-friendly DIY Christmas Trees. And we can guarantee your pets won’t want to wear them!

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Not the traditional decor type or 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)? Well, then I’ve got a good DIY alternative for you.

Albeit, they’re 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!

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

Materials Needed To Make DIY Christmas Trees

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

How To Make Alternative Christmas Trees

Spray the adhesive inside the cone 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 that 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 & cloth

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth

DIY Confetti Cones

DIY Christmas trees: confetti domes - sugar & cloth
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DIY Christmas Trees: DIY Confetti Cones

Make a whole forest of these budget-friendly DIY Christmas Trees.
Total Time10 mins
Course: DIY
Cuisine: Holidays
Keyword: alternative christmas trees, christmas, christmas tree, confetti, holidays, holidays diy, sugar and cloth, tree
Servings: 18
Cost: $86

Equipment

  • Drop or rag cloth to cover surface when painting

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Spray the adhesive inside the cone lightly. The confetti will naturally stick to the cone because of the static so no need to be heavy handed with it.
  • Sprinkle in the confetti and roll the cone around so that it falls evenly.
  • Optional: Spray the cone caps colors of your choice and top with fake snow.

Notes

  • Cost dependent on how many trees you wish to make
  • Estimated time calculated for one DIY Christmas Tree
Don’t forget to share your DIY Christmas Trees with us on Instagram using the hashtag #sugarandclothloves. We always love seeing all of your creations! Looking for more interior design inspiration? You can find them all of our home decor tutorials and ideas right here!

11 thoughts on “DIY Christmas Trees: DIY Confetti Cones”

  1. They are cute and great for any party. But very pricey when you check out how much amazon wants for the cones. I think I will try it with acetate from Staples and form my own cones. Great idea though.

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  2. 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!)

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  3. 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.

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