Countdown to Christmas Eve: Fa La La La Funnel Trees!

Happy Wednesday Friends! Can you believe this week marks 7 Wednesdays until Christmas Eve? Our countdown continues with a simple, festive recreated project--fa la la la funnel trees! 

Repurposed funnel Christmas trees

You know how I love to repurpose household items! I found the two metal funnels I used for the silver tree at a yard sale. I couldn't help but think that all they needed was a star to make a funky funnel Christmas tree :) And so my search continued...

Repurposed funnel Christmas trees

I scoured thrift stores and yard sales for weeks and came up with this assortment.  The silvers were good to go but I gave the remaining hodgepodge trio a coat of gold spray paint.  Next, I hot glued them and topped each with .25 stars from a recent estate sale. (By the way, estate sales are a great place to find all types of craft supplies.) I love combining silver and gold but you could paint them to match your holiday decor. Voila--an easy, thrifty, and fun decoration you can make ahead! 

In case you missed the rest of the series...



My Thrift Store Addiction


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6 comments:

  1. What a great funnel upcycle - such a cute idea!
    Marie@The Interior Frugalista

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  2. Cute idea Cecilia ... Those little funnels are pretty easy to finds at sales ... you could make a forest of little trees. Thanks for sharing you ideas.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  3. A natural - with your jello mold pumpkins! :) What will you do for spring? :)

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  4. I did a funnel tree last year and loved it! Let the fun begin!!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  5. funnel trees!!! LOVE this idea! I will start scouring the thrift stores too. I have 1 funnel already.... I need more.

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