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Recycled Paperback Christmas Tree

I have been in the Christmas spirit for a few weeks now. We actually had snow flurries last week and its still October, crazy! Whether its snowing in your city or still quite humid; you can still start the Christmas Crafting!

Has the Christmas bug gotten to you yet? I’ve started some DIY projects and wanted to share my Recycled paperback Christmas Trees.

Paperback Christmas Trees

Aren’t they adorable? You can leave them classic or ¬†you can bling it up with glitter, ornaments and all that jazz.

I found an awesome tutorial on youtube to get the proper folds for the trees. You can watch the tutorial here.

Paperback Christmas Trees Paperback Christmas Trees

I love this project because its the same, easy, repetitive folds that create such great shaped trees. If you do each tree at the 150 pages as the tutorial recommends it takes roughly an hour to create all the folds. This project is one of those great multi-taskers that you can do while watching TV, listening to an online sermon or riding around passenger side taking care of errands.

Have fun making your assortment of trees!

Paperback Christmas Tree

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  1. Love how these look!

  2. I love these! Such a modern way to use something old. Just discovered your blog through Lamberts Lately and I’m your newest follower.

  3. LOVE these paper trees! I just might have to make some this year. Thanks SO much for sharing at the Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop!

  4. Those are so cute! And talk about affordable! Thanks for linking this post up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I’m pinning it to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board and my own boards!

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