Tuesday, December 10, 2013

A Flannel Twig Branch Christmas Tree


Every year at Christmas, I find myself making at least one or two Christmas creations and/or crafts.

Creative Ambitions Christmas Creations Crafts

When I first started blogging… I made felt ornaments for my tree.

The next year, I made my Christmas Barn.

Last year, I made the Wood Sliced Pine Cone Tree for my mantel,

along with a Christmas ornament wood sliced tree


 balsam fir no sew sachet pillows to add that woodsy pine fragrance to my home.

This year

I made the houses that adorn my mantel for A Snowy Christmas Village along with the ice skater and snowman hanging out by the fire.

And now,

I have one more little holiday decoration this season I want to share with you…

Don’t you just love those twig branch Christmas trees that you see in blogland??

I certainly do…

soooo… I made my own version this year!

A Flannel Twig Branch Christmas Tree

Twig Christmas Tree

I covered the branches in some scrap flannel, hot glued the fabric on and then hot glued the twigs onto the main branch. 


I put it in old coffee can with styrofoam and rocks and added moss on top.

Twig Branch Christmas Tree Covered in Flannel

I even added some ornaments to spruce it up a bit.

Twig Branch Christmas Tree

This project was a little messy but super easy and fun to create!

I think it turned out cute…

What do you think??

linking to:

Funky Junk Interiors

Domestically Speaking






  1. That is so cute.. Love all your projects and that barn is awesome!

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    1. Thank you Laurel... love all your Christmas Creations!! :)

  3. oh goodness... how adorable is this! pinned! :)

  4. the addition of the flannel really sets it off from the rest of the pack - wonderful!

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  6. I'm back! This cutie pie is going to be featured on FJI Facebook by Laurel's Chipping with Charm! I agree with her choice... it's one of my favs! :)

  7. I am SO in love with this.... tree bark and plaid flannel!! Love, love love!

  8. That's an adorable tree, Kendra! What a cute idea to wrap the branches in flannel.


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