Celebrating Christmas tree week and 12+ favorite Christmas topiaries

It’s time for the annual Festival of Trees! Every year, I like to feature DIY tabletop Christmas trees and topiaries and I have a beautiful collection to share this week. First, here are more than a dozen, DIY Christmas topiaries from past years. From topiary trees made with old t-shirts to elegant moss topiaries and sparkling peppermint candy trees, I hope you’ll find a favorite to add to your Christmas décor this year.

Do you remember this creamy, dreamy Festival of Trees? There’s a pretty tree for almost any decorating style in this beautiful collection from designer Rebekah Meier.

Learn how to make all of these beautiful tabletop Christmas trees on CraftsnCoffee.com.

A Festival of Christmas Topiary Trees by Rebekah Meier.

Designer Patty Schaffer made clever Christmas cones with t-shirt yarn. Why not repurpose those old t-shirts you never wear and make a few T-Shirt Christmas Cones.

I love make t-shirt yarns, and it's so easy to do. Here's a great craft made with t-shirt yarn and a cone of Styrofoam brand foam. CraftsnCoffee.com.This vintage style Scrappy Fabric Christmas Cone is a show piece for your favorite, leftover fabric scraps and trims. The vintage color scheme is charming, and easy enough to change up to match your own favorite Christmas colors.

Scrappy Christmas Cone by Rebekah Meier.

Scrappy Christmas Cone by Rebekah Meier.

The next two Christmas topiaries are made with wired ribbon and use the same easy techniques. Depending on the ribbon you choose, you could craft rustic, country-style
Ruffled Burlap Cones or the striking, red & white Ruffled Ribbon Cones .

Wired ribbon makes these soo easy! CraftsnCoffee.comSuper-fast Christmas craft made with wired ribbon. I've seen this ribbon everywhere, even dollar stores. CraftsnCoffee.com
Here’s a timeless classic — Sparkling Peppermint Candy Trees.

So adorable for a Christmas mantel! I love the red & white color scheme. CraftsnCoffee.com

A sweet & sparkling Peppermint Candy Trees.

You might not think that moss can be glamorous, but take a look at these  Elegant Moss Topiary Cones.  Imagine a pair of these flanking your holiday mantel!

DIY these elegant moss topiaries using moss sheets and scrapbook paper. A lot easier than they look! CraftsnCoffee.com.If you prefer a more rustic Christmas, then take a closer look at this Birch Bark Woodland Topiary Cone.

This Birch Bark Christmas Topiary is perfect for woodland Christmas display. Easy tutorial on CraftsnCoffee.com.

Birch Bark Christmas Topiary by Kathleen George.

Have you tried making any of these topiaries? Or is one on your DIY list for this year? Starting tomorrow, I’ll have a new Christmas tree craft each day. Each one is so different, and I’m excited to see if you’ll have a favorite one from this week’s Festival of Trees.

P.S. Don’t forget about the Cozy Home giveaway going on this week!

Happy crafting.


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8 Responses to Celebrating Christmas tree week and 12+ favorite Christmas topiaries

  1. Angie Dyer says:

    So many Christmas trees to enjoy! My fav are the red and white ruffled trimmed Christmas trees with the stars on the top. How fun to make and a delight for years to come!

  2. katforhan says:

    Great inspiration!

  3. pepezinhaaa says:

    I love all the ideas 😀

  4. LOVE all of these and am hoping to be able to try some of them with my grandchildren!! TFS!

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