These little trees sparkle and shine Christmas cheer.
I adore a simple craft and this one is a keeper! With a few cupcake liners and a little glitter and glue you can put together these little trees for a doll size holiday.
I have made a handful of doll size projects from cupcake liners. When I saw cupcake liner trees on Pinterest I knew I wanted to make my own version. And so I used the general idea as a jumping off to come up with my own cupcake liner trees. These trees are simple, quick, sparkly and tiny for dolls! Let’s make some Christmas trees!
- mini cupcake liners
- paint brush
Pictured below you can see the transformation of the cupcake liner. The one on the left is the liner and on the right is the twisted liner. Each tree is made from 3 twisted liners.
To twist a liner, place the center over the end of the handle of the paintbrush. Pinch and twist the center down around the brush end.
Pinch and twist 3 liners.
Paint the edge of the liner with glue.
Sprinkle glitter on the edge of the liner.
Set it aside to dry. Continue with the other two liners.
Glue the 3 liners together by placing glue on the top of the twisted end of one liner. Stack the liners together and shape them .
The sparkly forest of trees matches the magic of Christmas!
For a few variations on this craft, use a different glitter for each liner and use colored and patterned liners. You really can come up with endless combination, endless looks with endless fun!
Just in case you are interested, here is more about today’s post.
- Doll– Ivy is a retired Historical Character from AG.
- Outfit– Dress tutorial is here.
- Scene– Fireplace tutorial is here. Gingerbread house tutorial is here. Glitter ornament tutorial is here.