Thursday, December 19, 2013

Antique Sheet Music Christmas Trees…in 15 minutes or less!

Hi everyone! Just wanted to show you a very quick and easy craft project to you can make for Christmas…and it seriously takes 15 minutes or less! 
Here they are…my Antique Sheet Music Christmas Trees!

sheet music christmas trees

I won a HUGE stack of antique sheet music from Ebay a few weeks ago and I’ve been having a ball making different things from them!
If you don’t have access to old sheet music, Karen from The Graphics Fairy, has printable sheet music too!

deck the halls

You remember when I told you to save the bases from the plastic wine glasses in my last post “How to make Christmas Cloche Ornaments?” Well this is the project I was telling you to save them for!  These are the wine glasses I got from the Dollar Tree that have the bases in them I was talking about….

plastic wine glasses

I literally took little dowel rods that I purchased from Walmart’s craft aisle, and wrapped some white floral tape around the bottom to make them just thick enough so they would stick down inside the wine glass bases securely…like this.  (I cut the dowels into three different lengths so the trees would be at three different levels)

antique sheet music

I rolled my sheet music into cones, taped them into place, then trimmed off bottoms until they looked even…

Christmas tree stand

Then I plopped them down onto my wooden dowel stands, and walla…..Christmas trees!  (to make it an even easier craft, you could just make the sheet music cones and set them down on some candle holders of varying heights too!)

sheet music christmas trees

Tada!  I told you it was fast and easy!  After looking at these pictures though, I think I need to trim the one on the right off just a wee bit more on the bottom…still not quite straight. Oh well, they are cute, and would look even sweeter with a little fake snow around the bottoms! I’ll get right on that!

Hope you all have a VERY Merry CHRISTmas!

Blessings!
Missy

12 comments:

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Hi Missy! I know...it's me! What a shock! Lol. These little trees are so cute! Thanks for sharing and I think I need to catch up a little on your blog. Have a great day!
Patti

Julie Adams said...

Those are adorable!

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

A simple project that makes a big statement, Missy! I love that you could use the rest of the wine glass, too! Thanks for sharing!

Mrs.Rabe said...

Those are very cute!

Thanks for sharing the idea!

Deanna

Gail Wilson said...

so fun and cute Missy! I love that Karen has sheet music for those times I just can't find any. :)

Merry Christmas to you and your family!
gail

Marilyn said...

So cute! And another project to add to my list. I even have old music of my own I can use. Merry Christmas to you and your family and may you be blessed in the New Year.♥♫

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

I love this idea. How fabulous. I wish you and your family a very Blessed and Merry Christmas. Hugs, Marty

Deana said...

Cute & easy to do! Following your blog, from the Thrifty Groove Social Network Party.

Marigene said...

High impact for such a simple little craft.
I am making new friends via TTG's Social Network Party...
Have a great weekend, stay warm!

Donna said...

So cute! I am visiting via TTG network, and I am a follower now.

Diann said...

A very cute idea Missy! thanks for joining up in the Social network Party. As you know, I am a long time follower. :)

Tammy said...

Hi Melissa! I'm running behind here, but I found my way to your blog via Diann's TTG Social Network Party. I'm a new blogger and your newest follower! Looking forward to getting to know you. Have a happy day!

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