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Farmhouse style decor is great for cozy family Christmas and you can create it yourself using various Canvas Corp fabric. Denim， canvas， ticking fabric and soft filler are the best for it. Just cutaccent pillow case baby canvas home and living， sew， fill and arrange the farmhouse Christmas trees to create a cute Christmas scene.
Products needed to make the farmhouse？christmas trees：Canvas Corp 12×；12 Fabric Sheet –； DenimCanvas Fabric –； 30″； x 36″；Red Ticking Fabric –； 30″； x 36″；Soft fillerWooden branches and branch cutsScissors Sewing machineaccent pillow case baby burlap nursery
On paper， draw three simple Christmas trees in different sizes， transfer the designs onto fabric and cut them out –； you will need 2 pieces of the same size to make a tree.
Sew these pieces together –； you can hand stitch or machine sew.Then fill the shapes with soft filler –； cotton， wool or synthetic； whatever you have available.
Cut three branches for “；trunks'”； and bases –； make a hole in the center of each base to hold the trunk.
Put the trees on their trunks， add some filler and glue them into the base holes.
Your Farmhouse Christmas trees are ready to add the finishing touched to your home’；s Christmas decor!
Have a great Holidays!!!
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