Festive DIY Cone Christmas Trees Decorated With Fringe Ribbon

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Closeup square feature photo of three mini Christmas Tree decorations made with fringe ribbon and a cardboard base. Shown on a snow drape in white with a tiny green deer with a red bow around its neck to the side.

Make festive DIY Cone Christmas Trees Decorated with Fringe Ribbon to decorate your holiday-tiered tray or as a table centerpiece!

Make these cute fringe ribbon trees in minutes using posterboard and fringe ribbon. I picked green fringe ribbon but there are many other colors available. See the link below in the Supplies List!

I made a few and placed them on trays with a snow drape blanket underneath along with a little green deer ornament that I picked up from Target. You could also add a topper, a sprinkle of faux snow, or any other decorations if you like.

Below are all the details on how to make them!

Supplies

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How To Make DIY Cone Christmas Trees Decorated With Fringe Ribbon

STEP 1: Make a Paper Cone

To get started cut a circle out of lightweight cardboard or posterboard that’s about 9-11 inches in diameter and cut a slit from one edge to the center.

Circle of cardboard cut about 9 to 11 inches in diameter.
Cut a circle out of lightweight cardboard to make a cone.

Don’t worry if your circle is not perfect, you can always trim the sides or base to make a cone that sits flat or cut the base down to make trees of varying heights.

Closeup photo of making cones out of lightweight posterboard and hot gluing the edge of the cardboard to finish the cone to make quick and easy mini Christmas Tree decorations using fringe ribbon.
Use hot glue to secure the edge of your cone.

STEP 2: Hot Gluing The Fringe Ribbon

Next, wrap the ribbon around the cone starting at the bottom and work your way up.

Use dabs of hot glue to glue the ribbon in place as you move up the tree. I recommend not cutting the ribbon from the roll until you’re finished making your tree so you don’t cut it too short.

Photo showing how to hot glue fringe ribbon starting at the base of the paper cone to make a mini fringe ribbon Christmas tree.

To finish, use a comb to fluff up your fringe if needed.

Process photo of hot gluing 1-inch green fringe ribbon to a DIY cone made out of lightweight cardboard.
Wrap fringe ribbon around the cone and use dabs of hot glue as needed.
Photo of three mini Christmas Tree decorations made with fringe ribbon and a cardboard base. Shown on a snow drape antique round, raised metal tray. The three trees are sitting on a white snow drape with a tiny green deer with a red bow around its neck in front.

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