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DIY White Christmas Tree Project


I had so much fun making these DIY White Christmas Trees, I thought you all might like them too!

You only need a few inexpensive items and about 45 minutes and you will have a set of beautiful White Christmas trees to use for years to come.

The paper mache cones are about 14″ tall but other sizes are available.

Here is a list of all the supplies you will need:


Paper Mache Cone 


Sponge brush

Snow Flakes

White Acrylic Paint

If you are like me you like watching a VIDEO TUTORIAL.  If you do HERE IT IS.


STEP 1 – Paint

Paint the cone white with acrylic paint.  Let dry for about 10 minutes.


STEP 2 – Glue & Snow

Once the paint is dry begin brushing on the glue in small section of the cone and sprinkle snow flakes on the wet glue…..Paint, glue, sprinkled snow and repeat until the cone is covered to your satisfaction.Remix by Rock Revival at Buckle!

I made two white trees

DIY White Christmas Tree

STEP 3 – Drying

Let the cones dry for a couple of hours or overnight.



Once dry you are ready to display. If you are wondering how these will hold up?  You will be happy because they hold up really well.  This is my second year and they look just like the day I made them.  To store I wrapped in plastic and stored in a plastic storage tub with my other Christmas decor in the attic.  I am surprised the summer heat didn’t damage them but it did not.

I hope this project is something you can have fun DIYing yourself.

Thanks for stopping by and seeing what we are doing today at the farmhouse.  Enjoy your day!  xxx



  1. December 13, 2018 / 2:19 pm

    These are just too cute! I love them! Have a great one! Love and hugs!

  2. Diane
    September 4, 2022 / 8:29 am

    Nice job

  3. Cici
    November 19, 2022 / 3:55 pm

    Where can you buy snowflakes? Love the tree!

    • BonBon
      November 28, 2022 / 9:02 am

      Hi Cici
      Thank you. You should be able to find the snowflakes at copy this link and put in your browser.
      thank you for stopping by.


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