Everyone who has a Christmas tree, whether it’s usual or very unusual, needs a piece to crown it – a
Top this year’s tree with a modern spectacle! Himmeli-style decorations originated in Finland, are typically crafted from straws and hang as ornaments or mobiles. We take the same concept and turn it up a notch by using brass metal tubing to construct a more durable modern heirloom. This geometric himmeli-style star sculpture requires minimal supplies and is simple to construct — so crank up the holiday tunes and get started!
Make your Christmas tree shine with a
No matter how tall or short your Christmas tree is, this topper will be just the right finishing touch-and it’ll last for many Christmases to come. It brings a strong refined and vintage flavor as it’s made of large pearls and beads and is shaped as a star. It’s a fine idea for a shabby chic, vintage or glam Christmas tree, a perfect finishing touch!
Many of us prefer star-shaped tree toppers, which are traditional. Let’s make a fresh take on traditional glitter and shiny metallic star toppers! Using white paint and glitter plus a touch of holiday magic, this wintry decoration is as fresh as the new fallen snow! The idea is very simple and the craft is almost last-minute, get inspired and go crafting!
Celebrating Christmas on the beach? Or just living there all the time? Then you need some coastal-inspired Christmas decor and trees.
If you are styling your Christmas tree as a vintage or shabby chic one, your topper should match the theme. This doily tree-topper conjures images of folktales and snow-dusted forests, it’s a great idea for vintage spaces and will even fit some rustic trees, too. Making it is super easy as it’s a paper doily Christmas tree topper – working with paper is easy for everyone.
For those of you who prefer traditional decor and maybe some touches of glam – this is a red and white Christmas tree bow! It’s basically made of a usual bow bought for a couple of bucks, which was updated and decorated to give it a cooler look. The result is a cool and bright red and white bow tree topper decorated with matching beads – I love it!
If you are decorating your tree in boho style or just want to add a breeze of free spirit to the topper, you may go for a peace sign tree topper of plywood or wood. The idea is pretty simple: take plywood and cutout a peace sign, then attach it on top or first decorate as you want – with sequins, fake flowers, beads and even fresh greenery if you want. Enjoy!
Such a tree topper can be made in just a couple of minutes and if you are in a hurry, it’s a great idea. Take a Styrofoam ball and some wooden sticks and spray paint – that’s almost all you need to recreate it. Spray paint it some bright and shiny metallic paint to make it sparkle on your tree and enjoy!
If you want a shiny and glam touch on top of your tree, this tutorial is right what you need to get it. You won’t believe how easy it is to craft an intricate rosette that’s perfect for topping a Christmas tree! It’s completely made of paper and glue – it’s very easy and fun!
Looking for a modern and
Everyone loves pompoms! They are cute and soft, and they can be used for decor in any season and for any holiday including Christmas. This tutorial will tell you how to make a