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Homemade Christmas Gift Tags Day 5: Felt Christmas Tree

by | DIY, Paper, Winter

Did you see the Holly Sprig Gift Tag from yesterday?  It took me a while to remember I had a stash of felt hanging around, and I thought I only had some electric green felt on hand.  When I realized I actually did organize my supplies AND I had dark green felt, well, things were looking up!  And once I started playing with the felt, I couldn’t stop, so here’s my gift tag idea for Day 5 – a Felt Christmas Tree.

Felt Christmas Tree: A simple piece of felt for a simple peaceful gift tag.

I folded a piece of felt in half to cut a cone shape for the tree, and then while the felt was still folded, I cut out the “branches”.  It was like making a paper snowflake, but harder, because you’re cutting felt and not paper.  But I think it turned out rather better than expected because the “screwups” in my cutting ended up giving the tree a bit of character.  The tree is pretty small, so I refrained from adding ornaments.  You could say I was channeling some Nina Garcia from Project Runway and stopped with the over-editing!  To keep everything minimalistic, I punched out the star shape, and stamped the PEACE on the side.  Because a single quiet tree is rather peaceful, don’t you think?

Miss out on the other gift tags?

Here they are for your viewing pleasure!

Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5 | Day 6 | Day 7 | Day 8 | Day 9 | Day 10 | Day 11 | Day 12


  1. Carolyn

    Loving your tag series. Simple yet sweet!

  2. ChiWei

    Thank you Carolyn!

  3. Jenn

    ChiWei, the tags and terrific, and best is the warm vibe from your sharing heart!

    The little ornaments are just cut circles with pen line, yes? So vibrant!
    Many thanks for making my web-ornament-crochet-search so nice,

  4. ChiWei

    Thanks Jenn!

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