Hi there, friends!! I'm Rebecca from A Daily Something, and just so thrilled to be on Pamplemousse 1983 today, sharing this little DIY tutorial. Last week, I was at Anthropologie in NYC and was fascinated with the store decorations (confession: I didn't even look at the clothing) and left feeling so incredibly inspired.
I decided to make my own version of their paper trees, using supplies I already had on hand. Hope you enjoy these little Anthro-inspired paper Christmas trees. (And I promise, it will only take you about 15 minutes per tree!!)
To get started, you'll need the following supplies:
*pinking shears (zig zag scissors)
*something to act as the tree branch (I used two different sized knitting needles and wooden skewers)
And just follow these three easy steps:
I love the little pointy tops, but you could very easily make a little tree topper out of pipe cleaners or paper!
These are so much fun to make... Let me know if you try them (or if you have any questions about the process)!!
Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas!
Thanks so much, Maryam, for letting me share this fun project with your readers. :)