Two years ago, I spied beautiful felt Christmas trees on Creature Comforts. Last year, I made some. This year, I'm sharing them with you.
I don't have decent photos or a full-blown tutorial, but the process is pretty simple:
I made a cardboard template to trace lots and lots of "leaves." Not sure what to call them. I curved the top to help the pieces lay flat when pinned with straight pins to the styrofoam cone.
Start pinning ...
Keep pinning ... and cutting because even if you cut out a hundred, it won't be enough ...
And finished. Decorate your mantle or wherever. Christmas robot candle optional.
For the two trees on the left, I used several variations of green to give them a natural look. I experimented with easy-to-cut squares for the smallest (and not surprisingly, the last to be made tree). The tree on the right I used just one color green and added pops of color for "ornaments."
Yes, you still have time to put this on your to-do list! If you make one, I'd love to see pictures.