I had no idea burlap comes in so many colors! While shopping for fabric recently the assortment of colors caught my eye, especially this green. I knew it would be perfect for a Christmas Tree Ornament.
Once home, the Christmas Tree Ornament quickly came together with a few more craft supplies from our stash. I’ve had the wooden stars forever (craft supply hoarder) and was excited to have a use for them.
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- Popsicle craft sticks
- Wood mini craft sticks
- Green paint
- Brown paint
- Yellow paint
- Wood craft star or star foam stickers
- Green burlap moss green | apple green | hunter green
A few of the steps require a glue gun (or other strong glue). Our kids have used this Ultra Low Temp Glue Gun before and love it, if your kids want to do the gluing.
1. Glue three popsicle sticks together to form a triangle. I used a glue gun.
2. Paint the popsicle stick triangle green. We choose a shade of green paint that matches our burlap.
3. Cut a piece of burlap to fit the triangle and glue to the back of the triangle.
3. Paint the small craft stick brown and allow to dry. We used small craft sticks, but they were still a little long, so we broke a small part off the end. Glue the stick to the bottom of the triangle for the stem of the tree.
4. Paint a wooden star yellow and glue to the tip of the triangle. You could also use yellow foam stickers.
5. Glue sequins to the burlap for the Christmas tree’s ornaments. You could also use buttons or small pom poms.
6. Attach piece of ribbon or craft twine to the top of the Christmas tree ornament and hang from your Christmas tree.
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