DIY Faux Flocked Christmas Trees for your Porch

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A couple weeks ago, I found this set of artificial trees and instantly fell in love with them for my front porch for the holiday season.

I have been wanting miniature trees at my front door for several years now, but I have never been able to find ones that weren’t over priced. These from Walmart, though, are only $25! That’s a price I was willing to pay for tiny trees.

Even though the pre-lit beauties are inexpensive compared to similar trees I have found, I love that they do not look cheap. That was something I worried about before I took them out of the box.

While they are great on their own, I did decide to dress them up a little to align more with my style.

First, I found some rustic-style galvanized buckets at Marshalls. I figured the trees, which come in a decorative plastic pot, would fit nicely down in the new tubs and I could fill in the remaining empty space with burlap for an even richer rustic holiday vibe.

For the flocking effect, I bought a can of fake snow and sprayed the trees with a heavy coat.

DIY Faux Flocked Christmas Trees for your Porch

Helpful tip: “Flocking” your trees is definitely an outdoor project since the fake snow goes everywhere. Your trees will also need a couple of hours to dry completely. If you decide to take on this project, make sure to choose a day where the trees can be outside for an extended period of time.

DIY Faux Flocked Christmas Trees for your Porch

I let the first layer dry completely, then touched up a few spots I missed and added an even heavier spray to a few branches to give it a more flocked finish.

DIY Faux Flocked Christmas Trees for your Porch

Once I was happy with the snowy results, I placed my trees in their new pots and set them out by my front door.

That’s it! This project is so quick and easy, and it’s a great way to dress up the front of your house for the holidays. 

Details and links for this festive holiday ensemble from J.Crew Factory are on the blog here.

Don’t forget to follow along this holiday season on Instagram {@halidawnscahefer}. I have great content planned that you won’t want to miss. 


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