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Make Embellished Bottle Brush Trees

15 December 2013 6,934 views 4 Comments

by rhonda

Make Embellished Bottle Brush Trees

I love bottle brush trees.  I have several bags of them in my craft stash for when inspiration strikes - and what could be more inspiring than these amazingly embellished trees by Amy at Plucking Daisies?  Combining her love of the miniature conifers and her longing for a themed Christmas tree, each of these trees has its own distinct decorating scheme.  Head over to her blog for all of the details about how she made them, and to read about the theme behind each spectacular little tree.  [how to make embellished bottle brush trees]

Project estimate:

  • Bottle brush trees, $1
  • Dye, on hand or about $2 and up
  • Glitter, on hand or $1
  • Embellishments, on hand or $1 and up
  • Glue, on hand

Total:  $1 and up

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4 Comments »

  • Amy* said:

    Heather thanks so much for sharing my Bottle brush trees! Have a happy holiday!

    Amy*

  • Jen said:

    Such a cute idea! I have a little girl that loves to craft and we will be trying this! Thanks for sharing!

  • sq reiser said:

    I drove all the way to our “local” dollarstore and no bottle brush. This Dollar store in San Rafael, CA never has anything that is on tbe fun dollar storecrafts. Stock it up please, there Is a market here in Marin!

  • Inspiring Friends of 2013 | Plucking Daisies said:

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