Cuddle Fabric Christmas Cone Tree DIY

Shannon Fabric Fairfield Tree
With the holidays approaching quickly, I’m working on fun decorative holiday projects that are quick to make but still look luxe.  I think plush cuddle fabric is a great way to achieve a “wow” finish with little effort.  The fabric is so beautiful to look at and so soft to the touch!  I used two beautiful pieces of fabric to quickly make this happy holiday tree decor.
Cuddle Fabric Tree

Supplies for Christmas Cone Tree:

supplies
Step one:  Cut pieces of the cuddle fabric to fit the cone.  Pin the fabric onto the styrofoam.  The pinheads are hidden nicely by the plush fabric.

step 1

Step two:  Cut a strip of contrasting color cuddle fabric to fit the base of the cone.  Sew the side together to make a tube, and fill with Poly-Fil.  Pin the piece to the cone.

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Step three:  Gently insert the dowel rod into the cone, and hot glue it into the pail.

Step four:  Glue the knob onto the top of the tree.

Fairfield World Cuddle Tree

I can’t wait to make more of these!  With all the different cuddle fabric to choose from it will be easy to make a set that complements each other but doesn’t all look exactly the same.  My 5 year old liked this project so much that she took my scraps of cuddle fabric and a mini styrofoam cone to make a tiny Christmas tree for her doll house!  What are you waiting for?  Have fun crafting and creating!

Cuddle Tree

morena

5 thoughts on “Cuddle Fabric Christmas Cone Tree DIY”

  1. Hi Morena –

    This is so unbelievably cute and looks so easy to make! Love that your daughter made one for her dollhouse!!! Too sweet…:)

    Ellen
    Shannon Fabrics

  2. Organized 31 says:

    How sweet that your little one made a tree for the doll house! This looks like such a fun project that would be a great craft break on a busy weekend.

  3. Marilyn says:

    This is such a great tree…I LOVE that your daughter made one too!

  4. peaceful says:

    This is so pretty and soft looking. I will be making them for Christmas. Thank you.

    1. Niki Meiners says:

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