Ruffle Christmas Tree

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December 23, 2021

Finished Ruffle Christmas TreeThis small Christmas made of organza and hot glue will perfectly decorate your interior. It's lightweight and durable, so you don't have to worry about dropping it. You can insert a Christmas garland inside.


Total Time: 1 Hour


  • Green organza ribbon, about 3 inch wide
  • Threads the same color as the organza ribbon
  • Needle
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue and hot glue gun
  • Cardboard, I used cardboard from a box of chocolates
  • Duct tape
  • Compass
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Baking paper
  • Beads


  1. Draw a circle and it's radius on the cardboard (the height of the finished Christmas tree will be slightly larger than the radius).
  2. Mark out a circle
  3. Cut out the circle and the radius. Roll the cone to the desired width. Mark the joint. I took a sector with 125 degrees (radius 13 cm). Cut out this sector.
  4. Tape the outside surface of the cone with duct tape. Roll up the cone and fix it using duct tape.
  5. Cut the circle out

  6. Cut a circle slightly smaller than the circle at the base of the cone out of 3-layer cardboard. Paste this circle inside the cone and glue with hot glue. This circle will help the cone keep its shape.
  7. Glue a base on the cone
  8. Sew the edges of the organza, pulling together a little fabric to form a frill.
  9. Gather your organza ribbon
  10. Wrap the cone in baking paper.
  11. Cover the cone with kraft paper
  12. Apply 8 strips of hot glue along the sides of the cone (see photo).
  13. Glued lines down the cone

  14. Glue the organza frills in a spiral: first apply a small strip of glue, then quickly add the frills (press a bit).
  15. Apply the organza ribbon to the cone
  16. Remove the cone. Gently remove the baking paper.
  17. Organza ribbon after removing cone
  18. Decorate the finished Christmas tree with beads.
  19. Finished tree showing detail
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