This year I finally got a Flocked Christmas Tree! I’ve been wanting one for the last couple of years but they are normally so expensive. Last month Walmart got some in, at about one third of the price of ones that I’ve seen in previous years, so I jumped on it! I needed some new garland for it though, since my old garland really didn’t fit with the flocking. I decided to make some out of Burlap and I added a painted Snowflake Design. It was so easy to make and really fun too, and I love how it looks on my tree!
2) Martha Stewart Adhesive Silkscreens – Snowflakes
3) Foam Pouncer
4) White Paint
Step 1: Cut the Burlap into Strips, I cut mine about about 4″ x 35″. (You could also use Burlap Ribbon instead if you have it.)
Step 2: Apply the Adhesive Silkscreen to the Burlap, and using the pouncer apply the paint. (You could really use any white paint, I just used what I had) Then allow to dry completely.
Step 3: Attach all your strips together by knotting them.
That’s it! It takes a little while to paint all the strips, but it’s a great TV watching project and so fun! Just make as many strips as you need to decorate your tree with, if you don’t have enough, you can always add more to it. I hope you enjoyed this project! I really love working with these silkscreens, you can see another project that I did using them HERE.
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