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Step by step to make a Table Center with Christmas Trees.
I love that my parties are joyful and that my guests have a good time. And as good Mexicans you can not miss the Latin food and music, the decorations, the Christmas aromas and the piñata.
I like to use cheerful colors to avoid that of the nostalgia that gives in those days to some people; I prefer to decorate thinking always that my guests have fun.
I think colors and the environment can help make more joy in those days, as it should be. Creating a party atmosphere contributed to the joy of my guests.
Apart from the decoration you can not miss setting the house with the aromas of the season, either with candles or aromatic oils such as the aromas of Glade® Winter Collection scents, which are already in the shops.
I just bought the Glade candle® Be at Peace™ which has a very rich aroma, but the one that can not miss is the aroma with notes of apple and cinnamon, my family's favorite. So I'm ready to enjoy the scent of Cherish the Present™ PlugIns Scented Oils an oil that connects and smells delicious.
When I saw at Walmart the colors of the Glade collection® Winter Collection, I decided that I could use them to make some craft to decorate my house, so I thought i would make a colorful centerpiece, as this year my little tree will be again white with spheres of Colors.
You can see more about this collection on Glade®'s Facebook page.
I share the colorful centerpiece with Christmas trees with glitter; and here's the step-by-step process of how to make them.
Here are the materials you're going to need for this craft:
Table Center with Christmas Trees
2 sheets white cardboard
Diamantine, frost or glitter of various colors
Clean silver or gold pipes or pipe cleaners
Thick diamantine or dried snow
1 gold-colored leaf for the stars
Shiny gems or pebbles (optional)
Dry ice (foam) or 60 cm long wooden base
For the Little Trees:
We start by making three cones or cones, one big and two boys; mine are 26 centimeters tall and the big 36 centimeters tall. You can use staples and finish with glue, so that it stays firmly glued. Trim the leftovers, make sure the cones are well-off at the base.
We cover each of the cones with a different color, placing the frost or diamond on a cardboard, covering the cone with glue and passing over the frost until it is covered. With the cones covered, let's place the gems, this step is optional.
For the Star.
We draw a paper star and we're going to cut two stars for each little tree. Then we cut the stars from the bottom to the center and put one inside each other. We place them in the little tree by sticking them with glue or you can stick them to a toothpick and then put it in the hole of the cone.
For the base.
If you get a nice base that's good, if not, we're going to line the edge of the foam or dry ice with a nice, smooth-colored slat, I used silver.
Then we will cover the base with glue (leaving free the space where the cones will go) and add the thick diamantine or dry snow.
For the foquitos.
We cover the foquitowith glue, one by one and empty them diamond shades of different colors. (just like we did with the cones).
When all the little foquitos are ready, we tie a pipe cleaner and make some waves, we can help us by tangle them with a pencil.
Finally, we place the little Christmas trees at the base, sticking them with glue. We settle the foquitos around and hit.
Ready, we have our bright tree center.
And tell me, have you ever been inspired by the aromas of creating something special?