These bottle brush tree gift toppers take minutes to make and are so adorable. An effortless way to wrap your holiday packages with love!
Hello again, friends. If you’re looking for easy Christmas gift wrapping ideas with a personalized touch, this craft project is perfect for you! Ready to make some mini bottle brush tree gift embellishments?
This holiday season, I’ve challenged myself to use what I already have on hand to decorate our home and wrap gifts. So far, it’s been much easier than I first thought. Of course, it’s taken a little imagination and creativity, but doable nonetheless.
Do you remember the snowy bottle brush tree ornaments I made for our Christmas tree? I had quite a few mini trees leftover from that project, so it only made sense to turn them into gift toppers.
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It’s amazing what we have stashed away that we’ve forgotten about, right?! I picked up the tiny clothespins years ago to attach tags and cards to Christmas gifts. I think it’s always good to select items that we can reuse over and over again, especially when it comes wrapping gifts.
Related: Vintage Glam Christmas Gift Wrap
The simple addition of the tree to the clothespin gives it a wintery look. Whether you’re using patterned or simple kraft paper to wrap your Christmas gifts, it’s going to work beautifully. Ideal for gift bags as well.
Play around with different tree colours and sizes too. I like my tree decor and gift wrap to coordinate.
A little super glue to fasten the tree to the clothespin, and you’re done! DIY Christmas gift toppers don’t get any quicker than these!
You could also clip these embellishments to the tree as ornaments. Have fun with them!
How to Make Bottle Brush Tree Gift Embellishments
Note: Find the free printable gift tags at I Heart Naptime
Place a small dab of super glue to the top of a mini clothespin. Quickly press down base of bottle brush tree and hold for 10-20 seconds. Allow to dry for at least 5 minutes before using. That’s it!
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More Christmas Gift Wrapping Ideas
- Shabby Chic Christmas Gift Toppers
- Winter Woodland Printable Christmas Gift Tags
- Mini Wreath Gift Tags
- Fabric Printed Christmas Gift Tags
- How to Wrap Baked Goods for Christmas
This Christmas craft was originally published December 2017 and updated with new ideas and photos.