Photo Tree Centerpiece DIY!

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Welcome to Day 4 of the 12 Days of Christmas Event!

Today I will be sharing a quick and easy Photo Tree Centerpiece!  Here is how mine turned out!

You guys know I love photos!  This is a quick and easy way to display them.  I used mine here as a centerpiece, but this can really go anywhere you want it!  Here is how I made mine!

I found my clips at Michael’s, but you can also find them here on Amazon!

I backed my photos with cheap brown kraft paper.  You can get this in the scrapbook section of any craft store.  I just think it gives it a good finished look!

And you are DONE!  How easy is that?  I made mine for under $15… Not too shanty! 😉

Here are a few more finished pics!

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and this $65 farmhouse table

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  • Hi! i love your ideas. I just have a question regarding the tree. Did you use a natural tree? In that case, did you treat the tree whith anythin to protect it? like varnish, for example?
    Thank you 🙂

  • Brandy Campbell

    This is such a super cute idea!! I have 2 already done & awaiting pictures. (Had to order hooks lol from Amazon) but my question is ths. Are your pictures just standard 4x6s? Thanks so much for the wonderful project!!

  • Emilou Ely

    GREAT!!!! I really like it, thanks for sharing. The foam is a super idea!

  • Jenn Korolewski

    That’s such a great idea to use that foam. I’ve never thought of that!!

  • Runt

    Wow that turned out really great and it looks so simple!

  • Laurie Hutchinson

    Love that! Thanks for the tutorial!

  • JuneA**

    Very clever! I’m going to make one, thanks for the how-to!

  • LOVE THIS!! Putting the pictures on it is too perfect and oh so personal. What a fun project. Adore!!

  • Loretta E

    So smart to use spray foam! And your runner is awesome, too!

  • Wow, this is amazing! The spray foam was one of those lightbulb moments… must stock it! Your tree is gorgeous but yeah… I also crave more info on that table runner. It is stunning!! Super cool post!

    • Thank you Donna… I LOVE your button garland… Saw some in a magazine the other day… Your version is so much better!

  • What a lovely project. And your styling is gorgeous! So is the photography. So in short what a wonderful post.

    • Thanks so much Marianne! I appreciate it! 😉

  • Okay….you had me at the table runner! I love everything….and great tip on filling the pot with foam!
    Thanks for inspiring me today!

    • You are sweet Karianne… I was checking out your photos this morning. Your house looks like a magazine… LOVE!

  • hey girls! where did ya’ll get your table runner is so rustic

    • Thanks! Target… It is Threshold brand 😉

  • Kimberly Hottenstein

    Great idea. Where did you find the hanging clips?

    • I put a link in the post to some on Amazon… I found mine at Michael’s if you have one close 🙂