Not all of us have the appropriate space to put up a big Christmas tree. But that doesn’t mean we can’t get creative and have a smaller one. Or many. Tabletop trees can be just as or even more beautiful.
The trees above are cones, which you can buy at craft stores. Glue scrapbook paper or fabric onto them. A collection of them looks especially pretty when gathered together.
These trees are quite elegant and the felt drapes beautifully. Placed on a mantel or windowsill or table, they make quite a statement.
This tabletop tree is much bigger than the previous ones, but small enough to fit on a table or buffet.
This little red tree could be placed on a buffet or table. You could make several or a whole grouping of them.
This tree, placed in a galvanized container, has what appears to be vintage as well as handmade ornaments. The cute paper wreath on top is truly the icing on the cake of this project.
You could stack various sized boxes together to form the shape of a tree. You could place them on a cake plate or other raised surface. And tie the arrangement up with a velvet green ribbon.
This tree looks perfect in a country or farmhouse setting. Adding touches like stacks of old books and common objects creates a vignette.
The idea in the photo above would be simple to replicate. Take real cedar trees and wrap them in butcher or craft paper. Then tie the paper with string or raffia.