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DIY Ribbon Wrapped Tree

This DIY Ribbon Wrapped Tree is whimsical way to decorate for Christmas! This ribbon Christmas tree is a fun, inexpensive holiday craft, requiring just three simple materials.

collections of three DIY ribbon wrapped trees

DIY Ribbon Wrapped Tree

I love adding new touches to my Christmas decor each year. These DIY Ribbon Wrapped Trees are so inexpensive and easy to make, using just three simple materials.

Using a variety of ribbon makes each ribbon wrapped tree unique.

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

Step 1:

Cut a piece of ribbon to cover the top of the cone. Secure it in place with common pins.

collage of process of putting ribbon on styrafoam cone

Step 2:

Begin wrapping the ribbon around the cone, securing in one place with common pins.

The ribbon may not lay flat and that is to be expected. Be patient with it. You may need to fold the ribbon over and secure it with a pin or two.

Try to be consistent with where you pin the ribbon. This will be the back of the tree.

process of putting ribbon on styrafoam cone
process of putting ribbon on styrofoam cone

Step 2:

Add a piece of ribbon to cover where you had pinned. Secure it in place with a pin or two at the top and the bottom. This is the back of the tree.

process of putting ribbon on styrofoam cone to create a ribbon tree

Step 3:

In a coordinating ribbon, at a bow at the top. Secure the bow with a pin or two.

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Create a Vignette to Display

Use a tray, cake stand, or charger to create a vignette to display your trees.

Here, I used them to my decorate my Christmas kitchen table. By just gathering them on a Dollar Tree charger plate, with this jingle bell ribbon and greens, I was able to create a pretty centerpiece for the table.

Completed pair of diy ribbon trees on a charger with greens, on kitchen table

vignette on kitchen table of two diy cone ribbon trees on a gold colored charger

These DIY Ribbon Wrapped Trees are fun and easy to make. I love how versatile they are. By changing up the ribbon, you can completely change the look.

If you have any questions about this craft project, please feel free to reach out to me. I would love to connect with you on FacebookInstagramPinterest, or here on the blog! 

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collections of three DIY ribbon wrapped trees on dining room table

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2 Comments

  1. What a fun and easy project!! I love the ribbon colors that you chose. So pretty for any spot in your home. Merry Christmas!

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