Upcycled & Eco Christmas Tree Decorations

Drinks Can Baubles By Vasso Avramea

Drinks Can Baubles By Vasso Avramea

During #EcoCreateHour, in our Facebook group Eco Artists & Crafters Network and during Preloved #PrelovedAdvent we have seen some fabulous Christmas decoration ideas.

The baubles by Vasso Avramea are made from drinks cans we think they’d be a wonderful addition to any upcycled Christmas tree. The tutorial for these can be found here Learn How

The lovely Amanda at Amanda Jayne Handmade has some beautiful decorations made from upcycled vintage linens. We are in love with this wonderful peg angels …

Peg Angel by Amanda Jayne Handmade

and hand stitched Christmas tree decorations.

Christmas Tree by Amanda Jayne Handmade

These beautiful knitted and felted angels from Moonchildstreasures are so lovely and could be used all year around. They can be made in a colour combination of your choice. Available as an Angel of the sun …

 Angel Of The Sun Made To Order, Felted And Knitted Angel

Angel Of The Sun Made To Order, Felted And Knitted Angel

and also as a male angel.

Made To Order, Felted And Knitted Male Angel

Made To Order, Felted And Knitted Male Angel

These are actually gnomes but we think they make fantastic elves! Made from wool felt by Wool’n'Wonder and available in a variety of colours.

Wood and pure wool felt gnome.

Wood and pure wool felt gnome.

Upcycle Christmas Tree Decoration Tutorials On EcoCreate

One of out favourite makes from our craft section are these carrier bag snowballs. Pompoms made from carrier bags with a dash of glitter Learn How

Pomanders
Keep it traditional or add a modern twist. These pomander really bring the scent of Christmas into your home.
Learn How 

Paper Scented Stars
Maybe you fancy trying a spot of paper mache? These have added cinamon, orange peel and cloves. Learn How

 

About Kirstie Adamson

Kirstie Adamson is a magazine & junkmail collage artist. Co-Founder of EcoCreate art & craft network and a passionate revamp crafter!

http://www.kirstieadamson.co.uk

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