Wool Tree
Felt Tree


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The paper tree is totally cute. What a great idea!!! Thanks for posting the recipe...sounds divine. I wish I could cook with you, too. :)


Hi Clarice,

Thanks for the roasted pear sauce idea. It sounds delicious.
Like some of your other commenters I remember seeing or maybe making those folded trees when I was a child. I like the way they look, and they are fun way to recycle and repurpose.

Thanks for mentioning my trees, too.


Gumbo Lily

I think we made these in 8th grade! Cute! I like the trees over at Fabric, Paper Thread too.


The Pleasures of Homemaking

That's so funny! I just came from Lorrie's blog and saw hers! Yours is cute too! They all seem so easy to make.



Awww, memories! My mom, sis, and I would make paper trees like this when I was a kid. We'd use old Reader's Digests --- and spray paint them gold. Sometimes we added styrofoam heads with angel hair "wigs" and make them into angels. It was fun and they were so pretty for the holidays!



We made these and angels from them, too! I have one waiting for paint now! Isn't it fun??


Count me in the "I remember making those" crowd! We always spray painted ours green or gold and then sprinkled glitter on. Fun to see one again.


I remember making those trees in grade school - I had forgotten about them! We used to spray paint them gold and silver, but I love the natural look of the paper. The roasted vanilla pear sauce sounds heavenly, something I would love. Blessings, Barb


I remember making one of those trees when I was little!



how cute. I love this sort of thing. I love your wool tree the best! Great pics...Hugs to you. Have a blessed weekend!

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