Hey there! Thank you for reading, again! Today I want to share this cute little table top Fall Tree.
So, about a week ago I took my daughter to the orthodontist & when we were checking out the office manager was putting together a full sized “Fall” tree. It was BEAUTIFUL! This tree was of course lighted & had small fall leaf garland and HUGE I’m talking, placemat sized fall leaves on it. I was inspired. So, I came home after doing a project with a friend and had all kinds of fall material left. It was the perfect time to try it for myself. Because I don’t have room for a full sized tree I decided to do a table top.
Here’s how it went…
Table top Christmas tree (The Dollar Tree)
Sunflower garland (leftovers)
Clear/white Christmas Lights
Ribbon for bow
Evergreen twists to fill in tree
Unbox your tree, spread out your branches. This is where I take the pine twists & fill in, in between the branches. It keeps your tree from having holes.
Once your tree is filled in start with adding your lights.
Then add your garland. Now you can start to place your bows. I used scrap ribbon from a project I had done earlier. ALWAYS, always, always SAVE your scraps!!!!
It’s as simple as decorating a Christmas Tree but, with FALL items. You seriously could do this for ANY holiday.
I placed mine on my bistro table in my kitchen with a few hand painted wooden pumpkins from, you guessed it…The Dollar Tree!!!
Thanks again for reading. As always I hope my simple decor ideas inspire you to decorate your life.
Until next time, be blessed!!
Leigh Ann 😊