Sweet Little Tree

Tiny Christmas Tree?
Maybe….for a mouse. :)
Tiny Christmas Tree

Tiny Trees 2
Are these too cute or what? I saw them at Camilla’s blog, Family Chic.
Gosh, I love her site. Really simple crafts but fun such as this little tiny tree in a cork. I used artificial and real greens to make mine. Believe it or not I bought a plastic bag full of wine corks at a tag sale last year. How fortuitous for me!
For these I made a hole in a cork and put some glue on the end of a little piece of greens and stuck it into the cork. Done! Unless you want to add a sweet little bow like I did. I hope you enjoyed this.
I want to tell you about an EVENT we are having here on Succulent Sisters blog.
It’s the Twelve Days of Christmas all over again
starting December 1st!
You won’t want to miss it. I mean it. I have everyone in the family working toward coming up with new and fun ideas for mantels, trees, ornaments, and well, EVERYTHING to do with Christmas!! I have a new mantel myself. I am so in love with it, too. It’s so fun.
Here’s a sneak peak at my mantel.
Christmas Mantel 2

Twelve Days of Christmas
See you there.



  1. You have a wonderful blog!! I'm your newest "Linky" follower from the “Adorned From Above” blog hop - this is my blog if you wanted to follow back: godsgrowinggarden.com

    1. Been visiting your blog, too. I have to make those mocha thingees you have on there. They look great! Thanks for commenting. I'm following you also. Linda

  2. Replies
    1. That's what I thought when I saw them at the other blog. Too cute not to make them. It took all of 5 seconds to make! Make a hole in a cork, stick in tiny branch. ha ha Linda

  3. Those are so sweet and a great way to use wine corks.

    M :)

    1. Right. I have a whole bag of them from a tag sale. Hmmm. the things you find at tag sales. Thanks for commenting, Melinda.

  4. This is a great filler idea for shelves and mantels. I decorate with lots of pine trees in this way. Great idea!
    Can't wait to see what is linked up this week.

  5. Hi Linda,
    I love the little tree. It is so cute. Thanks so much for sharing and co-hosting at Wednesday's Adorned From Above Blog Hop.


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