Make one or all of these DIY bottle brush tree crafts for Christmas. From ornaments to displays, these iconic mini trees are a crafter’s perfect accent.
Whether you’re into warm neutrals or holiday brights, these bottle brush tree ornament craft tutorials will help you create your ideal design. I’d love to hear which of these DIY easy Christmas ornament ideas is your favorite!
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Ways to Use Bottle Brush Trees for Christmas Decor
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I’ve been using these iconic trees for ornaments and holiday decor for years. Today, I’m sharing my favorite DIY bottle brush tree ideas for decorating the tree and to use in decor this holiday season.
Today a reader shared her version of one of my crafts and I was inspired to create a list of some more ways to use them in our decorating. Some of these are created by me and others I’ve found around the Internet. All will hopefully inspire you to create using this iconic and versatile holiday decoration.
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DIY Bottle Brush Tree Ornaments
The miniature bottle brush Christmas trees work so well for ornaments and can be used by themselves or with other miniatures. Create a full diorama or a simple, elegant addition to your tree and packages with these ideas.
Bottle Brush Tree Gnome Ornaments
These are so cute and easy to make! Gather up various sizes or colors and make these DIY bottle brush tree gnome ornaments in next to no time! Get creative with the fur color to match your holiday theme.
Snow Globe Ornament with Mini Bottle Brush Trees
This cute Dollar Tree mason jar snow globe ornament is a quick craft idea. In fact, you should set up a family craft night and make this homemade Christmas ornaments !
Embroidery Hoop Mini Tree Ornament
Kim with Made in a Day served up these adorable embroidery hoop ornaments using a miniature, disassembled tree. I love these because the pop of color can be changed to fit any theme and it’s easy Christmas crafting.
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Terrarium Bottle Brush Tree Ornaments
The creative duo over at Charleston Crafted made two versions of their terrarium style bottle brush ornaments. I’m partial to the frosted look with the colored trees – which is your favorite?
Jar Lid Mini Tree Ornaments
The ladies from Sustain My Craft habit created this bottle brush tree jar lid ornament using a few practical items from around the house. Love the faux snow background on these.
Rustic Farmhouse Bottle Brush Ornaments
Ashley with Simply Designing created a rustic farmhouse ornament using mini hoops and trees. I love the snow berry accents on these and how quickly they come together.
More Bottle Brush Tree Christmas Display Ideas
If you want to use the bigger trees that come in the multi-packs, don’t worry. Here are a few more ideas beyond ornaments to use these Christmas staples in your holiday decor.
Christmas Tree Farm Centerpiece
Everyone will be amazed that you made this Christmas bottle brush tree centerpiece yourself. Vary the heights or colors of the bottle brush trees, but be sure to add those fairy lights – it makes such a gorgeous glow!
Rustic Christmas Sign Shelf Sitter
This adorable Christmas sign DIY features various sizes of trees. Use a premade shadow box or Dollar Tree sign (turn it around) or make your own.
Dollar Tree Duster Christmas Wreath
Use finds from the dollar store to make this fluffy duster Christmas wreath with mini bottle brush trees. It’s a quick and inexpensive DIY for the holiday season.
Modern Rustic Nutcracker DIY
This modern nutcracker craft went crazy on social media and for good reason: it’s simple and elegant. In the tutorial, I share it holding a mini wreath, however, I also made one for the other side of my mantle holding a mini bottle brush tree. I’ll try and snap a picture of that and update it.
Which One Is Your Favorite?
Out of these projects, which one is your favorite project and why? Let me know in the comments below and remember to share this fun Christmas ornament ideas list to inspire others.