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The holidays have officially arrived! Have you decorated your space yet? If you're like me, and don't have the room to accommodate a full size tree, this hanging yarn christmas tree is your small space solution! 

Step 1:Gather your Materials!

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For this project you're going to need the following; 


5 Birch Logs cut into 9 lengths:

2”, 4”, 8”, 12”, 16”, 20”, 24”, 28”, 32” 

48 Yards - Forest Green Chunky Lux Yarn 

12 ft - Twine 

Reciprocating saw

Small Decorative Ornaments (of your choosing).

40 ft Twinkle Lights

Step 2:Cut Birch Logs

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Next, you're going to want to cut your birch logs. 

5 Birch Logs cut into 9 lengths:

2”, 4”, 8”, 12”, 16”, 20”, 24”, 28”, 32”


Do this with a simple saw, or look for precut wood at your local craft store. 

Step 3:Add Yarn

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Next up, ravel some yarn around each birch log. 


PRO TIP - Pull your yarn apart to make it cover more space! 

Step 4:Attach your twine

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Next up, take your 12 ft. twine and fold it in half. Make a small knot and attach it to a nail. 

Step 5:Attach the logs

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using simple knots, attach the logs to the twine with even spacing. 

Step 6:Decorate!

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Add whatever holiday decorations you'd like! We used some twinkle lights and holiday ornaments. 


Enjoy! 

Materials:

  • 5 Birch Logs cut into 9 lengths
  • 48 Yards - Forest Green Chunky Lux Yarn
  • 12 ft - Twine
  • Reciprocating saw
  • Small Decorative Ornaments (of your choosing)
  • 40 ft Twinkle Lights

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Wanda Newsome It looks beautiful. I can't wait to have a try.
  

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