rubber band-wrapped Christmas trees
December 5, 2011 § 11 Comments
I had enough rubber bands to spare from my one-pound bag to make these rubber band-wrapped Christmas trees as the third installment of my Christmas décor from office supplies.
If you’ve missed the previous two, you can find crystal Christmas trees from push pins here and a shag Christmas tree from rubber bands here. And if you’re not into shaggy trees made of rubber bands, these here are chic and just as easy.
Cover Styrofoam cone with rubber bands horizontally. Then vertically. Done! Now wasn’t that quicker than wrapping and gluing cones with sisal?
I love your office supply Christmas decor. I’m going to look for the colored rubber bands for the rubber band trees. Thanks for sharing your ideas. 🙂
Fantastc Bubberand tree! You have been so creative I loved the Push Pin Tree also… can’t wait to see your next project.. thank you for sharing your creations with us!
Fantastic job! Thank you for sharing your creations with us! Can’t wait to see your next one..
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Your ideas are so creative. And best of all, you give great instructions!!!!!
Thank you and have a great Christmas
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I think the links are messed up, this was suppose to be bubble wrapped tree.
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