Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree!
What is Christmas in Sylvania without a Christmas tree!
So why not Do It Yourself!
Enjoy these fabulous creative ideas for your Sylvanian Families Christmas decor. There are so many items readily available at home and you'll see how simple it is to use them to make your perfect tree.
^^Christmas trees made from cupcake and patty tin liners!^^
There's always plenty of colourful Christmas-y cupcake papers around at this time of year. What a great idea!
^^How about raiding the craft box and making one of these trees!^^
Pompoms, string and buttons or pipecleaners
^^This one might take a little more time, but what a lovely effect.^^
Embossed card flowers from the dollar shop and bows glued onto a cone.
^^So clever and simple to do.^^
One clever crafter has used string and decorated with paper snowflakes.
^^I love the effect of these paper trees!^^
Folded paper and gold beads to decorate creates this pretty festive look.
^^Wow! A few easy folds of cardboard and here you have a Christmas forest to surround your Sylvania!^^
It would look great as Christmas table decor too.
^^Pine cones fit right in with the Christmas theme^^
There seems to be so many ways to decorate them!
^^And why not go wood!? ^^
Sylvania means woodland afterall.
^^This might just be the perfect musical Christmas tree for your Sylvanian school music room.^^
Simply a popsicle stick and music notes attached.
^^How are your folding and cutting skills?^^
I can just imagine a whole forest around your Sylvanian village of these Christmas trees made from a piece of paper.
^^I love these! Add some amazing colour to your village this Christmas.^^
Using leftover ribbons or even mint lollies. How about this Christmas tree that you can eat after all the fun!
^^A-tissue! A-tissue! How lovely is this!^^
At Christmas time there's always plenty of green tissue paper around. These trees look quite luxurious!
^^Wow! Which one to choose?^^
There is so much creativity in this picture, from wooden turned pieces, to cardboard and string. I can just see these trees playing a part in a nativity scene.
^^A cone covered in fabric and decorated with fine tinsel and beads.^^
Decorating is more than half the fun.
^^Paper again. So simple, yet so creative.^^
The artist has used music sheets here, but you could use any book, magazine or newspaper just as effectively.
^^Another amazing idea recycling pages from an old book.^^
Create your own "leaves" on a Christmas tree from page leaves, then add a touch of glitter for some glamour.
^^Festive fun with receipts.^^
Or it might give a measure of satisfaction to create your Sylvanian village Christmas tree out of the receipts from all the Sylvanian Families you've had to purchase for this Christmas! At least you would know just where to find them if you needed them later on!
^^Soft fabric curled into leaves looks beautiful.^^
It even gave me the idea to glue real leaves onto a cone, for a similar effect.
^^A bay leaf Christmas tree^^
These dried bay leaves from the pantry create a lovely vintage, old world Christmas tree look for your Sylvanian village.
^^Going leafy green^^
Use freshly-picked green leaves if you're after a very realistic looking Christmas tree.
And finally.... the Broccoli Christmas tree
10/10 for creativity with this one. It looks quite real, however I just don't know if the kids would appreciate this one at Sylvanian Christmas time!
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