Not everyone has enough space to accommodate a large Christmas tree with ornaments, and a small tree or even a tabletop one is a perfect solution in such a case. If you’ve decided for a small tree, read how to decorate it here, and if you are looking for tiny tabletop ideas, this roundup is right what you need because today we are sharing tutorials for cute tabletop pieces.
The first craft will let you make a cute tabletop Christmas tree looking like a real one! You’ll need free fir clippings and a floral wet foam cone, and this tree will be an amazing centerpiece for a Christmas meal!
These modern Christmas trees have a glossy, marbled look thanks to a fun paint drip technique. They are perfect for those who prefer modern and minimalist décor and want trees to stand out as much as possible.
Bottle brush trees and glitter can be turned into the cutest little Christmas trees ever! We advise you to make a group of them and use them in colorful clusters.
These chaps are super-easy to make, and you can either stand a small plantation of them on your mantelpiece, or hang them from ribbons. The main skill you need is to know how to knit or at least a person who will do it for you.
A rustic driftwood Christmas tree is ideal for eco-friendly people, for beach, seaside or just rustic décor. Make it in a couple of minutes reading the tutorial.
This is an easy-than-you-think craft to make, though the tree looks unique. It’s made of foil and the creativity is endless with this foil relief method, simply adapt the method to do other design. Get the detail step by step instructions and pictures on how to make this foil relief in the source.
These simple and cheap recycle wood Christmas tree set was decorated and renovated so that now they look gorgeous and very eye-catching.
If you’re on board with trendy touches of gold, you might like these golden, tabletop Christmas trees. They are made of cones and ribbon of various kinds, and you can make them too very easily.
This tree has a natural, Scandinavian vibe that works so well around the holidays. Round ornaments look nice, or you could wrap a garland around it. String lights would look lovely too!
Need a bold decoration or a holiday centerpiece? Take baubles in your favorite colors and create your own tabletop tree of them!
Love to crochet? Crochet this cute little tree for table or mantel décor, or create a whole Christmas tree farm knitting all of them!
These cute rustic-looking Christmas trees are rather easy to make, and you’ll need just felt, sticks and hot glue. You can also try ornaments of the same look – just attach some yarn.
Get some cupcake covers? Use them to make the cutest tabletop trees! decorate the base with vintage buttons, moss, beads and sticks to achieve a cool look.
These simple fresh trees are made using tree trimmings of any type, tree trunk stumps or wooden flat disks and hot glue. make several items and decorate your space all over.