I love Christmas cone trees… this trend is an easy DIY holiday project that can be personalized to fit your home and your theme… oh, and they are CHEAP to make! They don’t look cheap though, which is what we’re all after, right? Here are the basics… you create a cone from poster board, light cardboard or even decorative paper. (You could cheat and buy Styrofoam cones, but they aren’t as cheap as they once were!) Glue the paper cone in place. Then use a glue gun or plain white glue to attach…just. about. anything. So simple, it didn’t even need a step by step! That having been said, we have included a bunch of tutorials below with the inspirational photos… You could make your cone trees as tall or tiny as you wish, make a whole forest, and make them fun and modern, or elegant and traditional…or somewhere in between… Oh, did I mention that these make a great family project? Win win!
Most of these projects use either a styrofoam or cardboard cone as a base. To get you started, you can use this printable paper cone template from ‘WikiHow‘.
How could you not love these elegant rolled paper roses Christmas trees from ‘Create & Babble’? She cut these roses from poster board, but you could do a similar project with paper roses from the craft section!
These holiday yarn trees from ‘Made in a Day‘ are a great way to use up your leftover crafting scraps. You could make them as bright as you wanted, or your could use neutral tones and texture.
Shauna at Beautiful Matters has a bunch of great trees for us, and they were made from cardboard cereal boxes! Love her tutorial on how she did all these!!! She used everything from white beans to dictionary pages! And they look elegant, and even expensive… Great job Shauna!
These DIY crepe paper Christmas tree cones from ‘Lia Griffith‘ have amazing texture, and she has a complete tutorial fro you to download! And it’s easy! (They only look complicated!)
Martha has a cool and ethereal white feather cone tree for us, complete with instructions!
From ‘Sincerely Jean’, these DIY glitter cone trees are perfectly glam and lovely!
Try this project for quick and easy cone trees is from BHG.
Want a little more fun in your DIY Christmas cone trees? Then try these colorful candy cone trees from ‘Hello Wonderful’.
City Farmhouse has a great idea for using those dollar store coffee filters and creating this great tree! Love the creative use of materials! Here’s how she did it.
Which Christmas cone trees are your fav? If you loved these, try our very own project, DIY glam Christmas cone trees!Image Credits: Lia Griffith, Wikihow, Create & Babble, Made in a Day, Beautiful Matters, Martha, Sincerely Jean, Hello Wonderful, City Farmhouse