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Simply Adorable Bottle Brush Trees

By: Virginia from Fynes Designs

Give your home an old-timey feel this Christmas season with these Simply Adorable Bottle Brush Trees. Using just a few craft store items in a variety of pretty, out-of-the-ordinary colors for the season--think creamy pinks, mint green and powder blue--you can create a tiny army of cuteness to defend your home against dreary winter weather. These little guys can be used to accent a mantle top holiday village or as stand-alone decorations. Guests will surely be asking how to make a bottle brush tree for themselves.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueFabric Crafts



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I love using the bottle brush trees in so many things, from Halloween thru Easter! The colors you can dye them are over the top today! Thank you!!!

Wow! How was this made?

If you click on the link that says Click here for the full project, (right above the bar with Pinterest, Facebook, etc., on it) it gives you the instructions to make each one. I agree, they are "wow!" material! It looks like it would be fun to try to make them.

https// why not just use the bottle brushes already made up? Just have to be careful you get the ones that die. Meaning I tried some and they would not loose their green color, finally got a bag full at Michael's and accomplished the job, you just dip them, let them sit and get dark, lots of way. I also did them in an egg plant color. It was fun and very satisfying.


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