This wooden dowel Christmas tree has that minimalist appearance I adore with a Scandinavian vibe. It is easy to collect and will upload a a laugh appearance to your Christmas decor.
Start with the bottom of the Christmas tree by using measuring and cutting 3 portions of plywood to make the bottom (three 1/2″ x 6″, 5″ x nine″, 8 1/2″ x 12 half″) and sand the rims.
Next glue the center board to the lowest board putting the middle board inside the middle and then nail the 2 forums.
And then glue the top board to the middle board placing the top board within the middle and then nail the top board to the centerboard.
Mark the center of the top board and then down over the hollow with a 1/2″ drill bit or larger to make a hollow for the hex nut to sit up straight within the base.
Thread the metallic rod through the bottom and screw at the hex nut then pull it up into the hole flush.
Measure and cut the dowels to the specs (four dowels at 20″, four dowels at 16″, four dowels at 12″, 4 dowels at eight″ and three dowels at four″).
Then you’ll want to sand the give up of the dowels.
Measure and mark the center of each dowel.
Clamp a dowel to a table (preferably one that you don’t thoughts drilling into) and drill immediately down over the center mark with a 1/eight″ drill bit and alternatively with a 1/4″ drill bit.
Repeat the drilling technique for each dowel.
Sand in which you drill the holes.
Drop five wooden balls down the metallic rod.
Then drop the four 20″ dowels down the steel rod.
Again drop five wood balls down the metal rod.
Drop the four sixteen″ dowels down the steel rod.
Now drop 5 extra wooden balls down the metallic rod.
Then, drop the 4 12″ dowels down the metallic rod.
This time you will handiest drop four timber balls down the metal rod.
Followed through losing the four eight″ dowels down the metallic rod.
Again drop 4 wooden balls down the steel rod.
Drop the three 4″ dowels down the steel rod.
Secure tree with any other hex nut.
Your tree is now collectively and it is time to enhance it. I tied a long droopy bow on the top where there was just enough of the metallic dowel pole for the ribbon. Then I hung adorable gingerbread ornaments and mini ball embellishes.
Check out what a bread board is and a way to beautify with them over on my weblog publish. Also, I use mason jars in my Christmas decor and it turns out lovely.
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