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As I’ve said several times before, we aim to bring you DIYs that are fairly easy to make. This one is no exception.

All you need is:

  • grapevine wreath tree
  • yarn
  • spray adhesive
  • glitter
  • spray paint

All-in-all, this project cost about $14, but you can reproduce this project for even less by reusing some of those items like the spray adhesive and glitter. So really let’s say less than $10. *wink*

First, lightly spray paint your tree white. I did not aim to cover it in a solid white because I wanted it to look more natural, like a snowy tree.

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Next, put a plastic bag down to collect excess glitter. Spray parts of your tree at a time with the spray adhesive, then sprinkle the glitter over as you go. Coat it as heavily or lightly as you like.

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While the tree is still tacky to the touch, wrap your yarn around the tree. I started from the top then worked my way back up once I got to the bottom.

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All done!! It will take 24-48 hours for your tree to dry.

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Here is mine in one of my Christmas vignette’s.

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1 COMMENT

  • Jayme Vogl on December 18, 2016

    Love!!!!! ❤️

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