Felt Sweater Christmas Trees

Felt Sweater Christmas Trees

Felt Sweater Christmas Trees

Not everyone is totally into the idea of an ugly sweater party, and that is okay! There are plenty of other ways to learn how to recycle old clothes, including old sweaters. Use this adorable holiday craft idea, the Felt Sweater Christmas Trees, to learn how to employ a die-cutting machine in a brand new and exciting way. These recycled Christmas craft ideas are petite enough to go anywhere. Make them a cute addition to your mantle, employ them as DIY centerpieces for your table, or even gift them as gifts. No matter where they go, these little evergreens are sure to light up a room.


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Materials:

  • Eileen Hull's Flowers 3-D #2 die
  • Green felt sweaters, or felt scraps
  • Cardboard cones
  • Die cut machine
  • Hot glue gun

Instructions:

  1. Start by cutting scraps of the recycled wool felted sweaters and get all different shades of fringe sections.

    Felt Sweater Christmas Trees
     
  2. Start at the bottom and hot glue each row of the die cut fringe.

    Felt Sweater Christmas Trees

    Felt Sweater Christmas Trees
     
  3. Top with yarn poms, a star, or whatever you'd like!
     

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Adding these to my projects list!

I love this! And wish I had not donated a bunch of sweaters to Goodwill last week! Maybe I need to go buy them back -) Thanks for sharing this project and using that die in such a cool way!

Aww! Those are so cool! I'm going to try using different colored sweaters. It's going to be a super colorful Christmas! :)

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