There is something about the fun created by decorating a tabletop with DIY Cone Christmas trees.
Decorating your own cone tree is the most fun and a frugal way to make your decor match without spending a fortune.
This year, I’m changing my living room tree theme to bright reds and greens with an Elfie flair. There is lots of crafting to do and this whimsical cone tree is part of the process. The year I decided decorate in Buffalo check, I decorated this cone tree to match my decor.
Welcome back to year 6 of our Festive Christmas Event where we team up with oodles of our talented blogging friends we admire to bring you a plethora of creative ways to celebrate your holiday season.
You will find new ideas every Monday and Wednesday between Oct. 19th through Nov. 18th. Scroll all the way down to find all the ideas linked at the end. Today we are sharing our Christmas Decorations Ideas with you.
Our Festive Christmas Ideas so far this year:
15 Most Popular Gifts For Women This Year, a well researched gift guide with Amazon affiliate links to save you time.
35 More Men’s Stocking Stuffer Ideas They Will Actually Enjoy. A compliment to our last list of Men’s Stocking Stuffer Ideas when the Bacon flavored toothpicks were such a big hit.
A fun DIY Gift idea for teachers, friends, co-workers or anyone is this Elf Cam Mug. It’s stinking adorable.
Our gift to our readers is this free printable Christmas BINGO game. There are 12 different cards with call out sheet.
Making new ornaments every year is a must for creating family memories of the season. These Easy Painted Wood Slice Ornaments will match my entirely new tree decor theme this year.
How To Set Up An Easy Christmas Movie Night Snack Bar at home for the family.
Simple Silver and Gold Christmas Tree Decorations for the upstairs tree this year.
Supplies for Cone Christmas Tree
- 1 Cone Tree, mine is cardboard from Hobby Lobby
- Lots or glittery Pom poms in red, white and green, I used these
- Red, Silver & Green Chenille Sticks, from Dollar Tree
- Hot Glue gun
- Hot Glue
There were 900 glittery pom poms in red, green and white in the bag I ordered from Amazon, linked above. They come in four sizes. I used the majority of those. Yes, that is a whole lot of hot glue too!
Create the Topper for Your Cone Tree
All Christmas trees have a topper and Cone trees are no different. To make the topper of this Pom Pom Cone Tree I used glittery chenille sticks I purchased from Dollar Tree.
First I twisted each around a pencil to get the fun little crinkle and pulled them into a position I liked so they were all similar in length.
I wrapped each one around the top of my cardboard cone and positioned them in place. After they were all in place, I secured them with a few dabs of hot glue. Easy, peasy.
Time To Glue On The Pom poms
This might take a while depending how large of a cone you are using. It isn’t hard but it is tedious.
I wanted my pom poms to be slightly at an angle going down so that is the pattern I created.
Begin with the smallest pom poms at the top and gradually transition to larger and larger as you make your way down.
And there you have it. Super easy to make Whimsical Pom Pom Cone Christmas Tree. It takes a little time because gluing on pom poms one at a time is tedious but easy. The end result is a stunning whimsical table top Cone tree for your Christmas decor. Mine will actually be paired with a few more Cone Christmas trees in various sizes. They will be part of a vignette I create inside of our deep mantle this year. That deep mantle is always a problem to decorate at Christmas. I have a plan this year, hope it works.
Now, let’s see what my creative blogging friends are doing to decorate their homes for Christmas this season! Take a stroll through their ideas below.