A Kitchen Christmas tree is a festive addition to your holiday decor and a fun way to enjoy your decorations while you’re busy with holiday cooking.
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Kitchen Christmas Tree
- Small tabletop tree, 18″ – 24″
- Fairy lights
- 5mm pom poms, red and white
- Thread and needle
- Mini holiday cookie cutters
- Paper circles – here’s the tutorial
- 1/2″ red jingle bells
- 3/8″ red ribbon
- Hot glue
- Clear fishing line
Make your kitchen Christmas tree
- Create the garland by threading a needle then sew pompoms onto thread. Alternate red and white, leaving small spaces between.
Cookie Cutter Ornaments
- Tie a ribbon around the top of each ornament.
- Take a second piece of ribbon about 5″-6″ long and thread through the ribbon you already tied.
- Tie the second ribbon at the top to create a hanger.
- Optional: save the angel for the top of the tree.
Hang jingle bells
- Cut lengths of fishing line about 4″ long.
- Tie on jingle bells for hangers.
Round paper rolls
- Make round paper rolls.
- Cut 3″-4″ lengths of fishing line.
- Fold in half and tie at the end.
- Glue the end of the fishing line to the back of the paper circle.
Decorate the tree
- “Fluff” your tree by spreading out the branches then bending the ends slightly upward.
- Put the fairy lights on the tree, leaving a little extra wire at the top to attach tree topper.
Regular tree lights work too but these tiny lights are nice because the cords don’t show and since they’re battery operated, you can put the tree wherever you want.
- Place the angel or star on the top of the tree. Use the extra wire from the lights to secure.
- Add pompom garland.
- Hang the cookie cutters, spacing as desired.
- Add the jingle bells and paper rolls.
- Complete your display with little wrapped boxes or other decorations.
Enjoy your kitchen Christmas tree!
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