DIY Foam Gradient Trees — For all of my modern, contemporary and abstract lovers, these DIY Foam Gradient Trees will be right up your Christmas alley!
For all of my modern, contemporary and abstract lovers, these DIY Foam Gradient Trees will be right up your Christmas alley!
For the more traditional decor lovers, maybe if you just squint your eyes and think of them as rainbow fish you’ll be fine? Just kidding. Sort of.
For all of the color going on in the studio though, they’re perfect! Plus ,you can make then into just about anything… table number markers, birthday hat decor, signage holders, etc.
So keep your mind open for me here, okay?
Materials Needed To Make DIY Foam Gradient Trees
Foam cones for crafting in varying sizes — I liked the abstract flat tops but there are also more traditional cones too.
How To Make DIY Foam Gradient Trees
These colorful little guys are as simple as randomly spray painting foam… with your eyes closed. Okay. So not exactly with your eyes closed, but it’s close!
You don’t have to be exact all since the whole idea is that they blur together.
Just be sure spray paint further back from the cones than what you’d be used to so that it lightly mists across areas rather than heavily painting one section.
More Alternative DIY Christmas Trees
Love this non-traditional holiday decor? For more alternative Christmas tree ideas, here are some of our favorite DIY’s in our archives —
- Pegboard Christmas Tree
- Mini Christmas Tree: DIY Wooden Christmas Tree
- DIY Confetti Cones
- Pom Pom Christmas Tree
- Balloon Garland Tree
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3 thoughts on “DIY Foam Gradient Trees”
These are just gorgeous! I love the fresh take and soft colors!
These trees are so beautiful! You always do such an amazing job on your posts.
You beat me to it with a gradient DIY. :) It’s all I’ve been thinking about since our Miami trip. Love these!