Hey all! Welcome to Trashtastic Tuesday! This is a little series around here where I show you something that I thrifted, sometimes I make it over, sometimes I don’t. Or it may be something that I have owned and I am tired of, or no longer like, so I make it over. But nevertheless, it is usually something that I paid very little money for. The past few weeks have been crazy busy with Halloween and cross country conference and state championships ( My son place 32nd at states championship with a time of 17:42).
I don’t have a new project to share, but am hoping to get started on some fun things in the next week or so. I have things just sitting waiting for my time and attention. So, for today, I thought I would bring back a Trashtastic Tuesday project that I shared a coupl eof years ago- my rustic brown paper Christmas tree. The pictures aren’t the greatest ( they were taken long before I got my good camera), so I will try to take some better pictures and update the past when I get my Christmas Decor out this year. For now, hopefully you will be able to look past the less than steallar quality of the pictures, and enjoy the craft!
I was looking for a project to do for Trashtastic Tuesday over Thanksgiving Break, and I just wasn’t feeling inspired. Probably because I am smack in the middle of painting my stairwell. That is a lot of work, let me tell you!
So I decided to scour some of my favorite blogs for inspiration, and I came across this adorable book page Christmas tree on Organized Clutter and I really liked it, so I decided to make one, but put my own spin on it.
Brown craft paper
Small flower pot
Craft paper- (cut squares in various sizes to use as guide for craft paper squares)
Dry Foam (to stick skewer into in your flower pot)
Patterned craft or wrapping paper (to make star on top)
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