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Monday, December 3, 2012

Day 7 - Make your own Bottle Brush Trees

Happy Monday Everyone!

Hope you all had a nice weekend.  We spent some time Saturday going to a big craft show nearby, then came home to decorate outside.  We've not quite done yet, so the pictures will have to wait...we wanted to finish today, but it turned rainy and windy.  Anyway....

Welcome to Day 7
of my

Twelve Days of Christmas Celebration!

While researching ideas for this year, I ran across a couple of great tutorials from the blog Little Pink Houses for making your own bottle brush trees!  I know we all love these sweet little tree, so why not try your hand at creating lots of these little wonders, in all shapes and sizes.

Here's just a couple of pictures.


Follow the links below the pictures to be taken to the post for all the instructions on how to make these wonderful trees.  Hope you get an opportunity to create one (or more) this week.



  1. Love the trees, you sure are crafty and thanks for sharing!! hugs, Lecia

  2. Very clever! I'm having our small group over for dinner soon and that might be the perfect little party favor for the ladies. Maybe in a little egg cup at each place setting? ~Roberta

  3. Wow! Love these trees!
    How clever. Thanks for sharing, Wendy!


  4. Hmmmm looks interesting! Thanks Wendy.
    Have a great night.
    Be blessed,

  5. I love bottlebrush trees! They are so popular this year... I never realized how many different styles and colors there were!

    These are adorable... Hmmm... Which craft to make, which craft to make...

    Hugs, friend!

  6. I love these trees. This is one of the projects I have pinned on Pinterest. I haven't tried to make one yet, but I will.

    Enjoy your day~Becky

  7. Wow, thanks so much for featuring me and my blog, Wendy! XOXO


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