These little gems are sparkly, fun, and just plain gorgeous!
Shine and sparkle, oh my! So pretty!
I love the trend for using sheet music in home decor right now, too. These are so elegant!
I love the dynamic look of these little guys, but what I might love even more is that they take just a few minutes to construct!
These were linked up to my Saturday Seven party recently, and I fell in love at once! What a clever idea to use wired ribbon for lots of yummy dimension.
I love the singed edges of these flowers!
I can see this tree being perfect in a child’s room. What a great project to enlist the help of little hands!
I actually came across these beauties in the middle of the summer, and I made a promise to myself not to forget them. Such a great way to incorporate favorite fabrics into holiday decor!
I love the rustic, natural look of these! I think these would be lovely in a front porch display.
I dare you to look at these beauties and not break out into a grin. They are downright charming!
I love beautiful patterned papers almost as much as beautiful fabrics, so this tree is right up my alley!
twelve. Yarn Trees @ Pretty Ditty
It is incredible what a cozy, happy look is achieved simply by wrapping some yarn around a piece of styrofoam!
Wanting even more topiary tree inspiration? Check out these ideas from the PS archives:
Having grown up in a home brimming with sewing notions and paintbrushes, Amy has a deep love for all things creative. On any given day, you’ll find her knee-deep in her latest creative endeavor, with projects ranging from sewing and crafts to home decor and kid-friendly ideas. Amy believes that everyone, regardless of skill level or experience, possesses the ability to create something beautiful, and Positively Splendid was born of her passion for helping others harness their innate creative potential.
Courtney @ A Diamond in the Stuff says
Thank you so so much for including my sheet music trees!
So many pretty trees! I love the satin flower one the best. I’ve made those flowers before, and they are time consuming. That tree must’ve taken hours! And yet, I still think I need one. 😉
How to Nest for Less says
Oh I love all of those trees! Someone, I dont remember who, last year did a tree with a Santa Belt. It was adorable. This year I made yarn trees and my kids helped me glue buttons onto it for ornaments. SO cute!
Jessica @ Sunny Tuesday says
I love the paper tree (11) the best! SO fun!
Trish and Bonnie @ Uncommon says
Wow! Thank you for including our ribbon trees among these fabulous topiaries! They are all incredible! 😉
rebecca @ beurrista says
what a lovely collection of trees- so inspirational! thank you.
Creative in Chicago says
What a great collection…here is another you may like to add http://www.creativeinchicago.com/2011/12/how-to-make-contemporary-christmas-tree.html. What do you think?
Ooohhh lots of pretty mini trees! Thanks for including my rosette idea 😉