This is one of those projects that is fun and easy to make but also takes some hours to complete. I am in the process of decorating my mantel for Christmas, and these colorful sequins trees are the perfect addition to the holiday decor in my home.
Supplies I used:
- 2 Floral Foam Cones
- Straight pins
The reason this project takes so long is because each sequin is pinned to the cones one at a time.
Warning: You will need several hundred sequins and pins! So prepare yourself before you begin making your trees. I found the packs of sequins and pins at dollar stores. Each pack cost me about $1 each.
The sequins come in multiple colors, and you can arrange them any way you like. I was going for an ombre effect for my trees.
Here they are on my mantel:
The trees are so colorful and vibrant!
17 thoughts on “Sequin Christmas Trees”
Clever idea! Thanks for sharing!
I love these. I remember making them as a child. They do take a long time, but wrapped carefully after Christmas they will last forever.
This is really catchy. The trees are too shiny and vibrant. Beautiful!!
So much fun! And my kids love sequins.
Wow they are so bright and sparkly! What a lovely little DIY idea!
When I was a little girl my grandmother and I made several ornaments from kits that involved lots and lots of sequins. I remember how much my fingers would hurt from pushing all those pins in, but it was so fun and some of the ormaments are still around. I thought they were the most beautiful ornaments ever!
Beautiful! I think i’ve seen the sequins sold in strings too, so I think it will be much faster!
Very pretty and colorful! I love easy projects.
These are fun. My girls would be all over this.
This is a fun idea. My girls would be all over this.
Very cute! I love the colors! This is a great easy project!
these are beautiful but you must have the patience of a saint! thanks so much for sharing at #OTM 🙂 ~Leanne