12 Days Of Christmas Crafts Day 2: Cupcake Liner Christmas Tree

12 days of Christmas CraftsHi Lovelies!

Welcome to Day 2 of the 12 days of Christmas crafts! Today I am going to show you how to make a cupcake liner Christmas tree! To begin you will need a foam cone, cupcake liners, scissors, straight pins, and some ribbon as shown below:

Cupcake Christmas Tree

To begin you will need to cut the bottoms off of the cupcake liners as shown:

Cupcake Wrapper Christmas Tree

Next, take the bottomless cupcake liners and stretch them around the base of the foam cone. Pin them into place. You will need more than one liner per layer at the bottom of the tree, and progressively less as you move upwards.

Cupcake Craft Christmas Tree

You can alternate patterns as you go up, or use the same design the entire way! Evenly space the liners so that the patterns on each layer show, but the pins do not.

Cupcake liner Christmas Tree Base

Before you make it to the very top, you will want to take an uncut cupcake liner and cover the point. Pin it into place. Then cover those pins with the last liner layer. I then tied a ribbon and pinned it in to place on the very top. You could also glue a paper star to a toothpick and stick this into the top!

There you have it, a cupcake liner Christmas tree!

Cupcake liner Christmas Trees

Have questions? Ask them below! Stay tuned tomorrow for Day 3 of Christmas crafts!

Until next time…

xox Megan

Want to see the other 11 days of Christmas crafts? Here they are:

12 Days of Christmas Crafts Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7, Day 8, Day 9, Day 10, Day 11, Day 12

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4 Comments 12 Days Of Christmas Crafts Day 2: Cupcake Liner Christmas Tree

  1. Angela

    Cute! I bought one of those cones at the beginning of December to do “something” crafty with and never got around to it. Now…just got to find me some cupcake liners. 😉

    1. Megan

      Haha, I always buy something to make and then end up not actually doing it! lol…don’t let it happen! There are more Christmas trees coming!


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