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Pampas Grass Christmas Tree

Pampas grass Christmas Tree

Last year I made a pampas grass wreath and this year I’ll try my hand at a small pampas grass Christmas tree! Keep reading to see how it turned out. I’m still on the fence about it….

For extra holiday fun, I am joining a 14 Days of Christmas Blog Hop hosted by Juliet of A Loverly Life. Hope you visit all the other posts after you see how my pampas grass tree turned out!

If this is your first visit, my name is Marie and I live in Washington with my husband and two kiddos. Oh and our cat!

We live in a 1929 Tudor Revival style house and have/are extensively renovating to try to bring back the original charm!

Back to pampas grass. I found some really nice stems and some small, scraggly ones.

Of course you can purchase faux and dried versions at Michaels, Amazon and many other shops.

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Collect your pampas grass stems.

Lady in car with pampas grass stems

This photo is from last year when I collected grass for a pampas grass wreath. When cut fresh and in their prime, the tops are nice and fluffy!

Don’t let the fluff fool you though. The tops are soft but the blades are super sharp!

I had no idea that pampas grass could tear up your skin until I actually went to cut a few stems.

Beware and protect your hands and arms if you cut your own stems.

Spray grass with hairspray.

hand spraying hair spray on pampas grass

This helps to preserve your grass and more importantly it helps to prevent shedding.

After spraying, let the stems dry about 24 hours.

Cut down stems to fit your tree.

Hand cutting a pampas grass stem

I read a couple different tutorials about making pampas grass Christmas trees to get an idea of how to approach the project.

One way uses a Styrofoam cone and another way uses an old faux tree.

Walking around Dollar Tree I found faux table top trees. At $1.25 I couldn’t go wrong.

You can find a faux tree at yard sales, Facebook Marketplace, thrift stores, and dollar stores as I did.

Depending on the size of your base, you may need to cut your stems.

Fasten stems to tree.

Fastening pampas grass to faux tree

I use florist wire for so many projects.

Even though it is green, I was able to tuck it behind the fluff and wrap around the faux tree branches.

I also experimented with clear fishing wire and that works really well too.

Display your tree!

Pampas grass Christmas tree

The large pampas grass trees are very beautiful, and I would love to try to make one at some point.

For now, the table top size is perfect. My little tree turned out a little wonky, but I’ll call it charming ha ha.

Christmas tree with lights

Although pampas grass is often associated with boho decor, I think the furry look can fit into Scandi style and depending on how it is styled it can fit into any other style!

Set inside the silver bowl, tree matches my own style (which is sort of traditional grand millennial with a twist)

The delicate fronds don’t need many adornments, just a few fairy lights will do.

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Thanks for reading Pampas Grass Christmas Tree! I hope you enjoyed your visit.

Before you go…

Don’t forget to visit my friends and all of their amazing Christmas projects!

Juliet – A Loverly Life

Chas- Chas Crazy Creations

Alicia- Design of Your Life

Betsy- Happily Ever After Etc

Suzanne- Shop at Blu

Kristen- Fifth Sparrow No More

Lynn- Living Large in a Small House

Kimberly- From Farmhouse to Florida

Nicole- Adorn the Table

Kim- Perfecting Places

Nicolle- Our Tiny Nest

Crystal- Sweet Valley Acres

Maria- Pure Happy Home

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  3. Awww Marie it is so adorable. I love it! It is incredibly charming. I would smile every time I saw it because it is so cute! So happy to hop along with you.

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