How to make a 3d felt christmas tree


DIY Felt 3D Christmas Tree Decor – Sustain My Craft Habit

By: Author Jane and Sonja

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Categories Arts and Crafts Ideas, Christmas Crafts, Cricut Crafts, FALL / WINTER, Holiday Crafts, Rustic Decor Ideas

Using felt sheets in beautiful, cool shades of blues and greens, we made a simple 3D Christmas tree pattern for assembling adorable holiday decor.

Pretty 3D Craft Christmas Tree

In my opion, Christmas crafting is the best sort of crafting. There is something about making crafts for the holidays that brings about a lot of joy. Anything from super easy mini pom-pom garland to glittering jar candy jars is all that much more fun to make for Christmas. Not to mention baking things like these chocolate-drizzled sugar cookies; which taste all that much sweeter around the holidays!

We have this 3D tree pattern available for sale in our Etsy shop along with loads of other fun felt craft patterns. So be sure to check out our other patterns as well for all year long felt crafting.

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  • Pansies
  • Succulents
  • Cosmos

Materials Needed for Making 3D Trees:

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  • Christmas Tree PDF template
  • Felt fabric in 3 coordinating colors such as green and blue (we used felt sheets in Icicle, Rainstorm, Evergreen from BenzieDesigns)
  • Fabric scissors
  • Hot glue gun and clear craft glue
  • Wooden dowel, 8” long
  • Wood stump (1” diameter x 1.25” high)

How to Make DIY Felt 3D Christmas Tree Decor:

Preparing the Materials:

Gather all the supplies needed to make these 3D felt trees. Prepare the stump by drilling a hole in the center of the stump the same size as the wooden dowel.

Cutting

The pattern is available as a printable PDF pattern to be cut out by hand with a pair of scissors. Additionally, we also include an SVG file for use with a cutting machine.

  • Cut with Scissors
  • Use Cutting Machine

Cut 6 pieces for each tree and cut as many as you like to make a little forest!

Assembling the 3D Christmas Trees:

Working one piece at a time, apply glue to the outer edge and press another piece on top. Continue until all 6 shapes are secured together and then insert the wooden dowel and stump.

The full instructions with step by step photos are available in the printable PDF document.

Other Christmas Crafts You May Enjoy

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  • Reusable Gift Bag

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DIY Felt 3D Christmas Tree Decor

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Make your own adorable felt 3D Christmas tree decor with this simple no-sew pattern.

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  • Christmas Tree PDF template
  • Felt sheets in Icicle, Rainstorm, Evergreen from BenzieDesigns or other coordinating colors
  • Fabric scissors
  • Hot glue gun and clear craft glue
  • Wooden dowel 8” long
  • Wood stump 1” diameter x 1.25” high
  • Drill a hole in the center of the stump the same size as the wooden dowel.

  • Cult felt out by hand or by using a Cricut machine.

Assembling the 3D Christmas Trees:
  • Along one side of a tree piece, apply a bead of glue along the outer edge.

  • Place another tree piece on top pressing the glued edges together. Lift and fold back the unglued side and apply another bead of glue along the outer edge.

  • Press another tree piece down on top to glue the edges together.

  • Repeat with the other tree pieces. Fold each tree piece outwards and glue the inner edge together with the inner edge of the tree piece next to it.

  • Continue until all 6 pieces are glued together.

  • Insert the dowel into the wooden stump.

  • Insert the top end of the dowel into the center opening and push it all the way up to the top.

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By Author Jane and Sonja

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Categories Arts and Crafts Ideas, Christmas Crafts, Cricut Crafts, FALL / WINTER, Holiday Crafts, Rustic Decor Ideas

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How to Make an Easy 3D Felt Christmas Tree (Free Pattern)

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This DIY felt Christmas tree for toddlers is fun and easy to make! Step by step tutorial includes printable tree pattern as well as patterns for making no sew felt Christmas ornament. Great way to keep the little ones busy this holiday season!

Table of Contents

  • How Do You Make a Felt Christmas Tree For Kids?
  • What are the Dimensions of the Pattern?
  • Is This Easy Sewing Project Good For Kids?
  • What Do I Need to Make this Easy Sewing Project?
  • Tools
  • 3D Felt Christmas Tree Tutorial: Step-by-Step
    • Cutting Out Tree Pattern
    • Sewing The Christmas Tree
  • Assembling the Christmas Tree
  • How to Make Tree Base
    • Cutting and Preparing Tree Base Pieces
    • Gluing Felt Tree Base
  • DIY No Sew Felt Christmas Tree Ornaments

We don’t own a Christmas tree.

Every year I tell myself I will buy one right after Christmas when all the trees are discounted, but for some reason it never happens.

I’m pretty sure it’s because I secretly dread the thought of having to pull out a tree, decorate it, and then put it away after Christmas.

If I owned a Christmas tree, I would probably be one of those people who has it up all year because I don’t want to put it away!

This year, since my toddler is actually old enough to understand and appreciate Christmas, I thought it would be nice for him to have a little tree. I liked the idea of a toddler-sized tree because he loves everything that is his size.

There are a lot of DIY felt trees for toddlers that you can stick on the wall for them to decorate. However, I wanted him to have 3D felt tree because it looks more like a real tree. So I decided to create a simple one, just for my special little guy!

How Do You Make a Felt Christmas Tree for kids?

This 3D Christmas tree is very simple to make! All you have to do is sew two pieces of tree-shaped felt together (with a stabilizer in between) and make two of those. Then you cut slits in both trees pieces, slide the slits over each other and wah-lah! You have a standing Christmas Tree!

I also included a tutorial to make a no sew tree base. The tree base helps the tree stand better, and it also makes the tree look nicer.

what are the dimensions of THE PATTERN?

The felt tree pattern measures 23″ (58.42cm) in height x 19″ (48.26cm) at the widest part of the tree. The Tree base is about 3.25″ (8.255cm) tall.

is this EASY SEWING PROJECT GOOD FOR KIDS?

Yes! This DIY felt Christmas tree is absolutely great for toddlers!

First, it’s their sized, so you know they will love it.

Second, since the tree is made of felt, you’re not worried that it will topple over and hurt your little one. If you have a rowdy toddler like mine, your tree will be a falling tree many times over.

Third, since all the ornaments are made of soft felt, you won’t have to worry about any of them breaking when your toddler runs into the tree!

Fourth, I love that felt sticks to itself. This makes it easy for kids to decorate the tree themselves. It’s also a bit of problem solving challenge when your toddler does it for the first time. Eventually they will figure out that a little “pat, pat, pat” on the felt ornaments will do the trick.

Finally, this tree is super cute and easily stored away in a tall kitchen trash bag for years to come. I also love that the ornaments are so easy to remove and can be reused over and over again!

Have I convinced you that you need a 3D felt Christmas tree in your house this year as well? Let’s get started!

what do i need to make this easy SEWING PROJECT?

First, grab the Free 3D Felt Christmas Tree Pattern – Available in my Free Resource Library (subscribe to get the password) Listed under the letter “F”

  • 1 yard of 72″ Wide Felt – I used Kelly Green Craft Felt from Joann’s. Note that you can’t use craft felt sheets to make this sized tree, it has to be felt by-the-yard. You can also find it on Amazon.
  • 1.5 Yards of Peltex Ultra Firm Stabilizer – There is the Pellon Peltex 71F, which is a one sided fusible versus the Pellon Peltex 72F, which is a two-sided fusible. I recommend using the Peltex 71F One Sided Fusible for both the tree and the base instead of buying the two-sided for the tree and the one sided for the base (like I did).
  • 1/8 Yard (4.5 inches or 11.5cm) Brown Craft Felt

TOOLS

  • Sewing machine
  • Fabric Scissors – these Ginghers are my favorite.
  • See-Through Sewing Ruler
  • Sewing Pins
  • Matching Thread
  • Glue Gun
  • Fabric glue or Craft Bond – for gluing details on felt ornaments

3D Felt Christmas Tree Tutorial: step by step

Cutting out Tree Pattern

Print, cut, and assemble the Large Christmas Tree Paper Pattern. Place the pattern on fold of fabric. Trace pattern with chalk.

Cut Christmas tree out on fold. Repeat this process again so you end up with two pieces of felt tree.

For each of the FELT TREE PIECE, cut out two more pieces of felt that are slightly larger than the tree (doesn’t have to be that exact!).

Print, cut, and assemble the Stabilizer Paper Pattern. Trace one side of the pattern on the Stabilizer, then flip the pattern to the other side and trace again to make a full tree

TIP: Placing the pattern slightly on the diagonal of the stabilizer is the most space saving.

Cut out TREE STABILIZER PIECE. Use the first piece as the “pattern” to trace for the second stabilizer piece.

You will end up with the following Pieces (to make one Tree):

  • FELT TREE PIECE (x2)
  • STABILIZER (x2)
  • ROUGHLY CUT FELT PIECE – slightly larger than TREE PIECE (x2)

Sewing The Christmas Tree

Place STABILIZER PIECE over FELT TREE PIECE so that the extra felt around STABILIZER PIECE is roughly equal all around.

If you are using two-sided fusible stabilizer:
Place the ROUGHLY CUT FELT PIECE over the STABILIZER + TREE PIECE and press all 3 pieces together.

If you are using single sided fusible stabilizer:
Fuse the the STABILIZER to the FELT TREE PIECE.

Sew the felt pieces together at about 1/4” (6.35mm) from edge of FELT TREE PIECE. Then trim off excess felt from the ROUGHLY CUT FELT PIECE.

One piece of felt Christmas tree sewn and cut! Repeat for other piece.

On PIECE 1 of Felt Christmas tree, mark 12 inches (30.48cm) down from the tip of the tree at the mid line. On PIECE 2, mark 11.5 inches (28.21 cm) Up from the bottom of the tree at the mid line.

Stitch a distance of 1/4 inch (6mm) away from the line on both sides and the top of the line. Cut out a 1/8 inch (3mm) wide slit in between stitch line. Repeat for PIECE 1 of felt tree.

You’ll end up with PIECE 1 FELT TREE that has a cut slit at the top, and PIECE 2 FELT TREE with a cut slit from the bottom. Mark the mid line of the tree (yellow line) starting from end of slit. The line is there to guide you to know where to glue the tree pieces together in the next step.

ASSEMBLING TREE PIECES TOGETHER

Slide PIECE 2 (the one with the slit on the bottom) over PIECE 1 (slit on top). The two tree pieces should match exactly at the top and bottom.

Note: If you need to make the two tree pieces match, you can always cut the slits on the tree a little bit longer. It’s ok if you end up cutting past the stitch line at the end of the slit.

Apply glue on the mid line (following the chalk line you just marked), and glue the tree pieces together at the top.

TIP:
1. Apply just enough glue and not to over do it or else you’ll see the excess glue.
2. Hold the Tree Piece perpendicular to each other while the glue dries so it’ll look the best

Repeat gluing the bottom part of the tree together.

Finished Felt Tree! Tree will stand on its own.

how to make TREE BASE

Cutting and Preparing Tree Base Pieces

Cut out the following pattern pieces on brown felt and stabilizer:

Fuse the stabilizer to the CIRCLE BASE PIECE. Mark the dotted “+” from the paper pattern to the brown felt. The dotted “+”lines are 5.25” (13.3 cm) long, slightly smaller than the diameter of the circle, and cross at the center of the circle.

Cut out the “+” mark, about 1/8 inch (3mm) in width.

Press the fusible stabilizer to the brown felt, matching at one corner.

Fold and glue the excess brown felt down over the stabilizer on the two sides where the felt is cut slightly larger.

Note: When you glue the tree base later on, you will start on the side that doesn’t have excess felt folded over (Left side in Photo). The side of that has the excess felt folded over is where you will end (Right side in the photo)

Gluing Felt Tree Base Together

LEFT: Slide the CIRCLE BASE PIECE over the bottom of the felt tree, with the brown felt side facing towards the top of the tree.
RIGHT: Push CIRCLE BASE PIECE all the way up so it touches the bottom of the tree. Glue the CIRCLE BASE PIECE to the tree.

View of felt tree with circle base in place.

Glue RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE to CIRCLE BASE PIECE, starting at one of the tree corners (doesn’t matter which one). Apply glue to the CIRCLE BASE PIECE a little at a time and gently roll the RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE over.

TIP:
1. Make sure to start gluing on the left side of RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE that doesn’t have the excess felt.
2. Make sure the top side of RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE with the folded felt is facing up towards the top of the tree. This side is glued to the CIRCLE BASE PIECE.

Once you get to the end of the base, apply glue to the side of RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE where you started and glue the other side down.

View of bottom of felt tree after base is completed. You can also cut out another CIRCLE BASE PIECE with stabilizer and felt if you want to cover the bottom of the tree. I didn’t do this but it will look nicer if you do!

Finished felt tree with base.

Large Felt Tree with Mini Felt tree.

Materials

  • 3D FELT CHRISTMAS TREE PATTERN
  • 72" WIDE DARK GREEN FELT - 1 yard
  • PELTEX ULTRA FIRM ONE-SIDED STABILIZER - 1.5 Yards
  • BROWN FELT - 1/8 Yard (4.5 inches or 11.5cm).

Tools

  • SEWING MACHINE
  • FABRIC SCISSORS
  • SEE-THROUGH SEWING RULER
  • FABRIC CHALK
  • SEWING PINS
  • MATCHING THREAD
  • GLUE GUN
  • CRAFT BOND

Instructions

  1. Print, cut, and assemble the Large Christmas Tree Paper Pattern.
  2. Place the pattern on fold of green felt. Trace pattern with chalk.
  3. Cut Christmas tree out on fold. Repeat this process again so you end up with two pieces of felt tree.
  4. For each of the FELT TREE PIECE, cut out two more pieces of felt that are slightly larger than the tree (doesn't have to be that exact!).
  5. Print, cut, and assemble the Stabilizer Paper Pattern.
  6. Trace one side of the pattern on the Stabilizer, then flip the pattern to the other side and trace again to make a full tree. (See Note 1)
  7. Cut out TREE STABILIZER PIECE.
  8. Use the first piece as the "pattern" to trace for the second stabilizer piece.
  9. Place STABILIZER PIECE over FELT TREE PIECE so that the extra felt around STABILIZER PIECE is roughly equal all around.
  10. Fuse the the STABILIZER to the FELT TREE PIECE with a hot iron.
  11. Sew the felt pieces together at about 1/4” (6. 35mm) from edge of FELT TREE PIECE.
  12. Then trim off excess felt from the ROUGHLY CUT FELT PIECE.
  13. Repeat for other piece.
  14. On the first piece of Felt Christmas tree (PIECE 1), mark 12 inches (30.48cm) down from the tip of the tree at the mid line.
  15. On the second piece of Felt Tree (PIECE 2), mark 11.5 inches (28.21 cm) Up from the bottom of the tree at the mid line.
  16. Stitch a distance of 1/4 inch (6mm) away from the line on both sides and the top of the line.
  17. Cut out a 1/8 inch (3mm) wide slit in between stitch line. Repeat for PIECE 1 of felt tree.
  18. You’ll end up with PIECE 1 FELT TREE that has a cut slit at the top, and PIECE 2 FELT TREE with a cut slit from the bottom.
  19. Mark the mid line of the tree with fabric chalk starting from end of slit. The line is there to guide you to know where to glue the tree pieces together in the next step.

ASSEMBLING THE TREE TOGETHER

  1. Slide PIECE 2 (the one with the slit on the bottom) over PIECE 1 (slit on top). The two tree pieces should match exactly at the top and bottom tips (See Note 2)
  2. Apply glue on the mid line (following the chalk line you just marked), and glue the tree pieces together at the top (See Note 3)
  3. Repeat gluing the bottom part of the tree together.

HOW TO MAKE TREE BASE

  1. Cut out pattern pieces on brown felt and stabilizer.
  2. Fuse the stabilizer to the CIRCLE BASE PIECE.
  3. Mark the dotted “+” from the paper pattern to the brown felt. The dotted “+”lines are 5.25” (13.3 cm) long, slightly smaller than the diameter of the circle, and cross at the center of the circle.
  4. Cut out the “+” mark, about 1/8 inch (3mm) in width.
  5. Press the fusible stabilizer to the brown felt, matching at one corner.
  6. Fold and glue the excess brown felt down over the stabilizer on the two sides where the felt is cut slightly larger.

GLUING FELT BASE TREE TOGETHER

  1. Slide the CIRCLE BASE PIECE over the bottom of the felt tree, with the brown felt side facing towards the top of the tree.
  2. Push CIRCLE BASE PIECE all the way up so it touches the bottom of the tree.
  3. Glue the CIRCLE BASE PIECE to the tree.
  4. Glue RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE to CIRCLE BASE PIECE, starting at one of the tree corners (doesn’t matter which one).
  5. Apply glue to the CIRCLE BASE PIECE a little at a time and gently roll the RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE over (See Note 4).
  6. Once you get to the end of the base, apply glue to the side of RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE where you started and glue the other side down.
  7. Optional. - You can also cut out another CIRCLE BASE PIECE with stabilizer and felt if you want to cover the bottom of the tree. I didn't do this but it will look nicer if you do!
  8. 3D Felt Tree is Finished!
  9. Now cut out some felt ornaments to decorate the tree and you are done! No Sew Felt ornament patterns are available for Free in the MindyMakes Library

Notes

  1. Placing the pattern slightly on the diagonal of the stabilizer is the most space saving.
  2. If you need to make the two tree pieces match, you can always cut the slits on the tree a little bit longer. It's ok if you end up cutting past the stitch line at the end of the slit.
  3. Tip for Gluing Felt Christmas Tree Pieces together
    • Apply just enough glue and not to over do it or else you’ll see the excess glue.
    • Hold the Tree Piece perpendicular to each other while the glue dries so it’ll look the best
  4. Tip for Gluing Rectangular Base
    • Make sure to start gluing on the left side of RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE that doesn’t have the excess felt.
    • Make sure the top side of RECTANGULAR BASE PIECE with the folded felt is facing up towards the top of the tree. This side is glued to the CIRCLE BASE PIECE.

                DIY no-sew FELT Christmas tree ornaments

                Now cut out some DIY felt ornaments to decorate your tree! You can find Printable Felt Christmas Ornament Patterns in the free resource library. These templates are the basic shapes of the ornaments. Cut them out and add any details you like!

                I actually had the most fun cutting out these little ornaments, it was hard to stop! Use Craft Bond or Fabric glue to glue the details to the ornaments.

                Then, pat, pat, pat. Let your toddler decorate the the tree and place the ornaments wherever they want. My little boy decided the golden bell should be the tree topper and put that one on first.

                Gingerbread man goes here. Stockings go here. Presents. What a super fun project! Let me know in the comments below if your little one enjoyed their tree. And we finally have a Christmas tree for this year. Yay!

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                1. Christmas tree made of felt 3D on the Christmas tree - step by step MK + pattern
                2. Volumetric Christmas tree made of felt with your own hands for room decor
                3. Fancy Christmas tree made of felt - step by step master class with photo
                4. Do-it-yourself interior Christmas tree made of felt - a simple Christmas tree for decor with your own hands
                5. Christmas tree made of felt roses with your own hands step by step pattern
                6. Large felt Christmas tree on the wall for children
                7. Large felt Christmas tree on the wall with a garland - step by step MK
                8. Felt Christmas tree on the Christmas tree - we sew a Christmas tree toy from felt with our own hands
                9. Christmas tree craft made of felt - step by step MK with photo
                10. A simple felt Christmas tree without sewing - we make a New Year craft with kids
                11. Decorative Christmas tree made of felt - step by step master class
                12. Unusual interior Christmas tree for interior decor - MK 9017 from felt Christmas tree - do-it-yourself Christmas decor

                Christmas tree from felt 3D for the Christmas tree - step by step MK + pattern

                Material: felt three millimeters thick, the color is chosen at will. You can take several multi-colored sheets of material.

                Manufacturer:

                1. Print template.
                2. Place on felt and cut out Christmas trees.
                3. Make cuts along the base from above on one tree, from below on another.
                4. Glue small beads or sequins, cut out snowflakes with a glue gun, to Christmas tree blanks.
                5. Dry.
                6. Assemble the Christmas trees by joining the blanks in a cross pattern.

                Do-it-yourself voluminous Christmas tree made of felt for room decor

                Material: multi-colored felt (three square sheets), wooden sticks and round wooden coasters.

                Steps:

                1. Cut out three Christmas trees on each sheet.
                2. Use hot glue to connect three Christmas trees along the outline. You don't need to glue the base.
                3. Coat a wooden stick with glue and insert into the center of each Christmas tree.
                4. Burn or drill holes in the stands for the Christmas trees.
                5. Apply glue to the end of a wooden stick, insert into the stand and press down.

                It turns out an original 3D Christmas tree in a stand.

                Fancy Christmas tree made of felt - step-by-step master class with photo

                Materials and tools:

                • Scissors or stationery knife.
                • Sewing needles.
                • Embroidery thread (dark green floss, white and green).
                • Wool felt - juniper, dark green and white.
                • Cotton wool or foam.

                Steps:

                1. Cut out Christmas trees in different sizes and colors from felt using templates printed from the Internet.
                2. Sew each piece to make felt cones.
                3. Place the cones on top of each other.
                4. Place soft material in the lowest cone.
                5. Sew on the base.
                6. Sew the sides of the herringbone along the sides.

                It is better to have a white Christmas tree on top to imitate snow.

                Do-it-yourself interior Christmas tree made of felt - a simple Christmas tree for do-it-yourself decor

                Materials:

                • Cones made of cardboard, drawing paper or thick paper.
                • Felt.
                • Scissors.
                • Hot glue (can be replaced with regular Moment).

                Step by step:

                1. Cut out many triangles from the felt.
                2. Paste the base of the cone with a strip of felt, and then glue the felt triangles row by row. Move from bottom to top.
                3. If desired, the finished Christmas tree can be additionally decorated with beads or sequins.

                DIY Christmas tree made of felt roses step by step

                Materials: white felt and scissors.

                Steps:

                1. Cut out a spiral shape for the roses from the felt. Twist the workpiece into a flower.
                2. Make a cone out of cardboard or thick paper.
                3. Glue the felt roses to the cone, starting at the top and working your way down. You can glue on hot glue or regular Moment.

                Table felt Christmas tree - step by step master class with photo + template

                Materials:

                • Template.
                • Felt 2 colors.
                • Handle.
                • Scissors.
                • Sewing threads.
                • Beads.
                • 1 red bead.

                Step by Step:

                  1. Print or draw on the template.
                1. Cut each piece separately and number.
                2. Transfer parts 1, 3 and 5 onto blue felt and the remaining parts 2, 4 and 6 onto white felt. You can change the colors to your taste.
                3. Hard felt is best for this Christmas tree. From it, the tree will be stronger. Plus, she'll stand better.
                4. From the bottom of each such part (where there is a wavy edge), notches are made 2-3 mm deep. They are needed for seams.
                5. Sew all pieces together from the top to the bottom. It is necessary to sew not completely along the contour of the lower edge, but between the protrusions.
                6. Twist so that the sides are facing each other.
                7. Sew on the front side of the future Christmas tree. Get a volumetric cone. This is the Christmas tree.
                8. Sew beads around the white part of the Christmas tree. Each bead is sewn at a distance of about 1 centimeter from each other. Sew a red bead on the top, which will resemble an asterisk.
                9. Beads can be replaced with sequins, beads or buttons that can be glued on.

                How to sew a volume Christmas tree from felt with your own hands - MK + pattern

                Materials Needed:

                • Green, brown and yellow felt.
                • Sewing needle.
                • Threads.
                • Lurex.
                • Scissors.
                • Sintepon.
                • Cardboard.
                • Wooden stick.
                • Adhesive.
                • Wool thread.
                • Fittings.

                Step by step instructions:

                1. Transfer the Christmas tree pattern to the felt and cut out 2 identical pieces.
                2. Decorate felt blanks with snowflakes, beads and buttons.
                3. Fold 2 pieces and sew starting from the center of the base. Sew on with a buttonhole seam, filling in parallel with synthetic winterizer. After sewing to the center of the base, you need to leave a small hole for the trunk.
                4. To make the barrel, you will need a pen rod or a wooden stick. Wrap this piece with brown knitting thread. Fix the end of the thread with glue.
                5. Fix the post with glue, inserting it into the central hole in the base of the Christmas tree.
                6. The stand is cut from thick cardboard. It should be a circle in shape. It is necessary to prepare two such circles, which are then glued together.
                7. Trace the base on the brown felt and cut it out.
                8. Stick to a wooden or cardboard base.
                9. Make a through hole in the center.
                10. Cut a thin strip of yellow felt. Glue the stand along the edge.
                11. Insert the tree into the stand.

                Large felt Christmas tree for the wall for children

                Materials needed:

                • Felt, yarn, buttons, thread and any other decorations that may be on the Christmas tree.

                Procedure:

                • Cut out a Christmas tree of the desired size from the felt. To do this, fold the felt in half along the length, draw a half of the Christmas tree and cut it out.
                • We unfold the felt blank, we have a symmetrical Christmas tree. We lay out the future garland on it with a thread, and sew on buttons in the places where the garland is folded.
                • Now randomly sew on more buttons on the Christmas tree (the child will be able to hang toys on them).
                • Now it remains to fix the Christmas tree on the wall and prepare Christmas decorations. You can decorate!

                Large felt Christmas tree on the wall with a garland - step by step MK

                Materials needed: styrofoam, green felt, ribbon, utility knife, craft knife, garland or small lanterns, scissors, buttons, pins, needles and threads.

                Step-by-Step Instructions:

                • Cut out a large Christmas tree from Styrofoam. Ideally for these purposes, foam boards for the ceiling, glued together with adhesive tape, are suitable.
                • Cover the foam blank with felt on one side.
                • Poke holes in the blank for the garland with a dummy knife and insert the lights so that the wire remains on the back of the tree.
                • Secure the tree to the wall using tape or pins.
                • Sew on buttons to the felt so that you can decorate the Christmas tree with Christmas decorations.
                • The tree is ready!

                Felt Christmas tree on the Christmas tree - we sew a Christmas tree toy from felt with our own hands

                Materials: red, yellow, blue and green felt, thread, needle, scissors, synthetic winterizer or cotton wool.

                Step-by-step instructions:

                • Cut out 2 identical Christmas tree shapes from felt.
                • Sew on each piece of snowflake with needle thread.
                • Sew the two halves of the Christmas trees along the outline.
                • Place cotton wool or synthetic winterizer inside.
                • Sew up the base.
                • Sew on a loop and the Christmas tree felt toy is ready!

                Christmas tree craft made of felt - step by step MK with photo

                Materials:

                • Cone made of foam, cardboard or thick paper.
                • Wooden base.
                • Top decoration star (wooden or cardboard).
                • Adhesive.
                • Sticks that will be Christmas tree poles.
                • Felt.
                • Safety pins.

                Instructions:

                • Form a wooden base. You can skip this step if you don't have the required parts.
                • Felt cut into petals.
                • Using safety pins, secure the felt petals to the base from bottom to top. If you use a cardboard or paper cone, then you need to “plant” the petals on glue. Hot or Moment will do.
                • There is no specific order for the leaves, so you can alternate the leaves on the cone as you like. The first row should hang down a little from the cone to hide the lower disc of the base.
                • Cover the top of the cone with 4 leaves in an X shape.
                • Decorate the top with a star made of wood or cardboard.

                A simple felt Christmas tree without sewing - we make a New Year's craft with kids

                Materials: felt of different colors, threads, scissors, a needle.

                Instructions:

                • Cut out 22 stars from felt (2 stars of each size from template).
                • Fold them into a Christmas tree and thread them from largest to smallest.
                • Cut out a stem from brown felt. Fold the piece in half and sew or glue it. Glue to the base.
                • Decorate the top with a star cut out according to the "Topper" pattern. Now it remains to sew a loop and a felt toy for the Christmas tree is ready!

                Decorative Christmas tree made of felt - step by step master class

                Materials:

                • Felt: Thick felt is better for the Christmas tree, and thin felt for the appliqué elements. The standard color is green, but you can experiment and make a spruce in a different color, for example, blue. Suitable for white.
                • Mouline threads.
                • Beads large and small white, green large.
                • Filling for toys, e.g. holofiber.
                • Moment glue transparent.
                • Sewing needles.
                • Scissors.

                Instructions:

                • Choose the size of the Christmas tree as you wish.
                • Make a pre-printed paper template to attach to the felt to make the spruce pattern.
                • Cut out three bunny shapes from white felt.
                • Glue the hares to the green felt along the curved line.
                • Decorate this piece with white beads.
                • Fold the tree in half along a straight cut, right side facing in. Sew on a straight cut.
                • Turn the Christmas tree right side out to hide the seam, straighten it out.
                • Fill with holofiber.
                • Place the blank on a sheet of felt, cut out a piece for the base.
                • Sew to the Christmas tree and decorate the seam with green beads.

                Unusual interior Christmas tree for interior decor - MK + pattern

                Materials:

                • Green felt - 4 different shades.
                • Red felt.
                • Buttons.
                • Ribbons 0.3 mm wide.
                • Beads.
                • Threads.
                • Filler,
                • Stand for dolls.
                • Bamboo sticks.
                • Clay Moment "Crystal".
                • Cut out two patterns from the felt.
                • Sew the blanks together, leaving a small opening at the bottom for stuffing.
                • Turn the Christmas trees right side out using a bamboo stick.
                • Fill the center with holofiber.
                • Cut out decorations from red felt. Sew or glue them to the tree.
                • Sew on buttons.
                • Attach a bow to the top.
                • Sew up the base with thread.
                • Insert a bamboo stick in the center.
                • Wrap a thread around the base, apply a little glue.
                • Take the toy stand and insert the Christmas tree pole.

                Herringbone felt craft - do-it-yourself Christmas decor

                Materials:

                • White and blue felt.
                • Matching threads for felt sheets.
                • Cardboard sheet.
                • Scissors, needle.
                • Pencil or crayon.
                • Craft glue or glue gun.
                • Holofiber;
                • Rhinestones for decoration;
                • Braid, thread with sparkles or small blue beads.

                Step-by-Step Instructions: