Tutorial #11 O Christmas Tree

Pinterest Inspired Project #11

Our Inspired Christmas Tree.

O Christmas Tree

Kudos and credit to my daughter, Alexis Sanghera. She was inspired by two pins. The first one is found here but we couldn’t trace it. The second one is here and traced here.

We made this one together. Awwwww.


5”, 7”, 9”, 11”, and 13” lengths of Landscape Timber or 4 x 4

Sandpaper and Sander

Green Paint and Brush

Red and White sticky backed Vinyl and a Cricut or other cutting device Or purchased 2”  sticky backed vinyl letters

6” Bow

Optional Sealer


Here’s the way we did it!

  • Cut lumber in lengths indicated in Materials List.
  • Sand the lumber to remove the worst of the rough spots.
  • Wipe down with a damp cloth to remove dust from sanding.
  • Paint the timbers with the green paint.
  • Cut 2” letters, peel and stick.
  • Make bow and attach to smallest timber with hot glue.
  • Seal with a clear sealer if desired.


The end.

Super cute, super easy.

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