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DIY: Miniature Live Christmas Trees

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DIY: Miniature Live Christmas Trees

December 16, 2015

Using scraps from a Christmas tree lot, you can make a miniature forest. We spotted the DIY project via Say Yes and are running out now to get refills for our glue gun.

Photography courtesy of Liz Stanley via Say Yes.

Above: Scraps from live Christmas trees make a miniature forest just like what you’d buy in a hobby store–except this one smells like evergreens.

Above: For step-by-step instructions, see Say Yes.

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