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DIY Poinsettia Gift Toppers

Every year for my mom’s December birthday we do some kind of Christmas-y craft, and I’ve got to say, this one might just be my favorite! A couple years ago we made these adorable poinsettia gift toppers/tree decor. They are so easy to make, and really add a pop to your gifts under the tree. I also like to nestle them into my Christmas tree to fill any holes, plus they add a great pop of interest! They are easy to save and store, so you can use them for future holiday gifts or decorating! Take a look!

How to make DIY Poinsettia gift toppers for Christmas

They can be used for more than just gift toppers though! You can stick these poinsettias in your Christmas tree, or nestled into your other holiday decor.

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Materials Needed:

  • Ribbon (Wired ribbon works best to hold the shape of the poinsettias. Also avoid mesh ribbon that will fray). THIS is a fun option with a selection of 6 colors and patterns.
  • Double Wire Berries (These are found at Hobby Lobby in the Christmas craft section for kids, not with the rest of the Christmas items). You can also find them HERE.
  • Scissors

Watch the video below to see exactly how we made these poinsettia gift toppers!

How to make DIY Poinsettia gift toppers for Christmas

As always, I’d love to see if you make your own gift toppers. Feel free to send them my way! You can contact me via Facebook Messenger or email me at haileyduncanhome@gmail.com.

🖤Hailey

How to make DIY Poinsettia gift toppers for Christmas

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