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Make Your Own: felt Christmas tree

December 5, 2012 by Lucy in Latest, Life, Make Your Own with 0 Comments

Make Your Own

One for fans of Fuzzy Felts here (not just me then?). We all know how much little ones enjoy decorating Christmas trees, so why restrict it to a once-a-year experience? With this simple tutorial from I Can Teach My Child that I spotted on Pinterest, you can create a felt Christmas tree and your child can take down and put up the moveable felt decorations and presents as often as they want. Now, I’m not suggesting you should abandon the traditional tree entirely, but no needles has got to be a good thing.

via Sol and Rachel

 

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