Posted October 24, 2018 09:07:59 This is the first Christmas tree I’ve made in years.
I’ve always wanted to make one, so I started searching for instructions on how to make a Victorian Christmas tree.
It took a little research and a bit of trial and error to find out exactly what I was looking for, but I’m happy to share my results with you today.
I originally got the idea for this tree while watching a YouTube video about Victorian Christmas trees.
When I saw the Victorian Christmas story, I thought it would be a great idea to create my own Victorian Christmas.
The plan was to decorate the tree using my own homemade tinsel, with my own handmade basket, and then decorate it again with the basket and Christmas lights.
But the process was really complicated.
My first attempt was a lot of effort.
There was no way I was going to do this properly.
So, I went back to the video and made a video tutorial explaining how I made the Victorian tree, and how to recreate the project.
What you need: 1.
Wooden tinsel (I used a 5cm piece of 4cm diameter tinsel) 3-4 cm of tinsel 1-2 decorative bits (I found this from an online shop, or I used my own) 1-3 decorative pieces (I didn’t find these from an overseas shop) a little bit of patience The process: 1) Put the tinsel in a bowl.
For the first stage, I decided to use the tip of the tin, which is perfect because it’s flexible.
2) Put all the decorative bits in the bowl, as well as the decorative tinsel.
3) Add the tinning liquid to the bowl.
4) Add enough liquid to make 1-1/2 cups.
5) Pour the liquid into the tin.
6) Make sure to put the lid on tightly.
7) Let the tin sit for at least 5 minutes.
8) After the lid is closed, use a wooden spoon to make holes on the tin and insert the decorative pieces into the holes.
9) Use the spoon to pour the decorative part into the hole and then use the spoon with a little string to fill the hole.
10) Let dry.
6) After dry, I used a little paint to seal the tin in place and painted the wooden part with the decorative piece.
7) The final stage was to place the Christmas tree into a metal basket.
How to make the Victorian Tree: 1-Cut a piece of 3cm diameter wood.
2-Place a decorative piece of tin on top of the decorative wooden piece.
3-Place decorative bits and a decorative tin on the decorative wood piece.
4-Place the basket on top and secure it with string.
5-Cut out the decorative tree.6-Attach the basket to the wooden trunk.7-Attach a string to the string and tie the basket in place with a string.8-Put the tin trunk in the trunk and secure the tin tin with string and string tied in a knot.9-Put a big tin pot on top to cook the Christmas trees until the trees are golden brown.10-Cut some of the wood around the Christmas lights to make an antique Christmas tree!