If you’re looking for a fun Christmas craft, this String Art Christmas Tree is a blast! You can easily switch this up with different wood tones, different colored string, make it bigger or smaller, it’s all up to you! I’m joining some great bloggers to inspire you for Christmas. A big thanks to Hoosier Homemade for planning this! You can find a ton of Homemade Holiday Inspiration here. But first, let me share with you how to make this fun string art!
String Art Christmas Tree
My brainstorming started when I found this cool piece of wood that had great texture and grain, then I used a Christmas tree coloring page for the Christmas tree design.
I hammered nails in at the ends of the boughs and then pulled off the paper.
A silver paint pen painted on the tops of every other nailhead added some festive flair!
I loved the alternating gold/bronze nail tops with the silver nail tops. They look like Christmas ornaments to me!
It took me a few tries to figure out which pattern I wanted to use to “string” the tree.
I decided to go with top to bottom and center and out to each tip… trying to replicate a bough. I found this cool green twine at Dollar Tree last year… score!
And ended up with this cute string art tree… which I’m kind of loving.
Now here are some other great Christmas decor ideas to inspire you!
It’s time to be inspired by these amazing Christmas decorating ideas from fellow bloggers –
Christmas Kitchen Tour from Design Dazzle
String Art Christmas Tree from Domestically Speaking
Christmas Front Porch from Hoosier Homemade
DIY Chalkboard Banner from Marty’s Musings
Easy Farmhouse Christmas Mantel from Sondra Lyn at Home
Elegant Christmas Mantel from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Farmhouse Christmas Decor from Design Dazzle
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