ChristmasCraftsTutorialsWinter. December 5th, 2023

Make Cute Christmas trees with cupcake liner

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Do you like to make cute Christmas decorations? Today I am sharing the easiest idea ever to make mini Christmas trees. Use cupcake liner to make cute Christmas trees. Cupcake liner Christmas trees are just perfect for decorating your Christmas mantels, entryway table and simply any part of your home. You can also thread them together to make a cute DIY Christmas trees garland. Making mini Christmas trees is also a fun activity to do with the kids at home or at school.

Cute Christmas Trees

DIY cute Christmas trees

The trees I made are very small. I made these to make a winter/ Christmas wreath for home.

I can’t wait to share the tutorial this week.

Mini Christmas trees tutorial

cupcake liner cute Christmas trees tutorial

You will need:

  • Cupcake liners ( a combination of two different patterns or more)
  • Paper (for making cones)
  • Mod podge or glue stick (anything you like to glue paper crafts)
  • Scissors and tape.


  • Make paper cones in different sizes. Use tape to secure them in place.
  • Now make a slit using scissors on cupcake liners. And cut the top circular part (base of the cupcake liner) so you have strips of lined paper.
  • Start gluing them on the paper cones using mod podge.
  • I used two different cupcake liners. And glued them alternatively to create a contrasting pattern.
  • And that’s it. When you are done let them dry.

Have fun decorating your winter wonderland.

cupcake liner cute Christmas trees DIY

I made cute little houses using wooden toy blocks of my little boy. And chevron Christmas printables that are free to download for personal use. You may also like the idea to make felt stockings specimen art for Christmas.

Cupcake liner Christmas trees

make cute cupcake liner Christmas trees

I hope you enjoyed this idea as much as I enjoyed making it. I would love to see yours if you get inspired to try these out.

Have a merry and bright Christmas.

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  1. Amy kahler says:

    Thanks for linking up! These are just so cute and easy.

  2. I LOVE these…seriously they’re one of those projects that I find and I’m like ‘why did I not think of that?” So awesome. Thanks for linking up your adorable cupcake trees with us at the Link it or Lump It party this week. I am spotlighting your trees later tonight on the Two It Yourself facebook page. – Melssa

  3. Deonna says:

    It’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog! Thank you so much for linking up at the Merriest Blog Hop! I can’t wait to see all of your holiday ideas this month! I used cupcake liners for my gift wrapping two years ago and people thought that was so weird. They are so fun though! Might have to make one of these with some that I still have from that 🙂

  4. Amy W says:

    I love how these trees turned out! So colorful and such a simple DIY. Thanks for sharing at our Link it or Lump It party!

  5. Bobbie says:

    So darling! Thanks for linking up to check me out saturday link party! I hope you decide to join us again tonight!

  6. Katie says:

    I love these cute Christmas Trees. The colors you chose makes them so bright and cheerful. Pinned!

  7. How sweet! Such a great idea! They have so many fun cupcake liners there’s so much you could do!

  8. Merry Christmas to you! Thanks for sharing your adorable project with us at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy!
    Congratulations – you are one of our featured guests this week! 🙂

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