Wool Christmas Tree

Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year! As soon as the stores start displaying their ornaments and wreaths I’m there baby! I love browsing through new designs and colour combinations. Every year, the stores seem to come out with something different, which I think is awesome! When I was a kid in the 70s and 80s, I remember Christmas decorations featured whole lot of paper, foil and plastic.

1980's Classic Christmas Decorations

Decorations sure have come a long way! These days anything goes and people think out of the box. This year, I noticed a lot of warm materials (like knitted wool and fluffy feathers) on decorations.  

Christmas Craft Ideas with Wool

I particularly loved the woollen trees, their softness appealed to me.  I thought to myself, “I could make one!” So below is what I did.


Styrofoam cone

Grey/white thick wool (or other colours — this is a great little project for left over wool if you have some)

Tacky/school glue (don’t use clear craft glue because it will corrode the foam)

Pom poms (form a cheap shop) 


christmas crafts - wool christmas tree

1. I found a Styrofoam cone, grey/white thick wool and craft glue at Spotlight. Starting from the bottom of the cone, I glued and wound the wool around bit by bit, positioning and pressing as I went (being careful not to leave any spaces; I didn’t want to see the white cone underneath).

2.  I left the cone to dry over night and then I glued pom poms (from a cheap shop) randomly over the tree. I thought white with silver flecks would go well with the grey.

That’s it really…it cost less than half of the one I saw in the store, but more importantly, I made my own decoration and that whole creative process makes me happy!

Make 2 or 3 of these homey wool Christmas trees place along the middle of the table as a feature.

christmas crafts - wool christmas tree

christmas crafts - wool christmas tree


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Bernie likes collecting the eggs from her sweet chickens in the morning and snuggling with two cute dogs on the sofa in the evening. In between, you’ll find her loving her 1 husband and 3 kids, baking for craft stalls, creating outfits for small animals, teaching kids with special needs and making her friends laugh. She sometimes does the washing too.

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