Make Rustic Felt & Wood Trees

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Learn how to make a due of adorable, rustic felt trees for your decor this winter, plus how I was able to connect with dozens of local crafters and make these together this month!

Make Rustic Felt & Wood Trees for Winter & Christmas Decor

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by The Brick. As always, all of the opinions here are my own.

These felt tree decorations can be left out all winter long! Their a cute addition to a winter tabletop display with the addition of faux snow and twinkle lights, or put them on your mantel for some rustic charm. I love how they look on our Luda Accent Table from The Brick. It’s the perfect, rustic combo!

Make Rustic Felt & Wood Trees for Winter & Christmas Decor

Earlier this month, I had the privilege of hosting a DIY workshop with my friends at The Brick in Edmonton – who sponsored the workshop – and was able to meet so many other local crafters! I brought along all of the supplies to make these sweet little rustic felt & wood trees, The Brick supplied an area in their beautiful new West Edmonton Mall location for us to create, and we enjoyed a wonderful evening together.

I do so many crafts and decor projects alone, so it’s always a welcome change of pace to craft with friends! It was a lovely night where I got to meet so many new people and enjoy how everyone put their own spin on their tree duo.

Make Rustic Felt & Wood Trees for Winter & Christmas Decor

Now, let me show you how to make these trees for your winter decor this year!

To make these rustic felt & wood trees, jump over to this Rustic Felt Christmas Trees Tutorial by Little House of Four and follow her instructions!

To make my trees, I followed Little House of Four’s directions with the following variations:

  • I cut each tree shape in half instead of folding them before gluing them on my sticks
  • I used 12 half tree shapes for each tree (so, 6 full tree shapes)
  • I added a bit of glitter/faux snow to my trees with Mod Podge

I did make my own tree template, and you can find that right here.

Make Rustic Felt & Wood Trees for Winter & Christmas Decor

I love how these turned out and that I was able to share them with so many fellow crafters at the workshop this month. A special “thank you” to The Brick for sponsoring the event in their new West Edmonton Mall location! We had so much fun.

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