It's not hard to understand why Christmas trees are particularly popular with designers. The trees are a symbol of the festive season.  I have shared numerous Christmas tree tutorials over the years including designs small enough to be worn - see links below. 

Here is a wonderful batch of beaded Christmas tree tutorials to enjoy. The construction techniques vary from beadwork to wirework.  They also vary in size so be sure to check each designer's listing descriptions. 

These can be little decor items on holiday tables, on actual Christmas trees or on the mantelpiece...wherever catches your fancy.

First up is the gorgeous beaded tree tutorial shown above by Tracey of Crystalstargems. I have featured her before.  Her other Christmas ornaments are fantastic!

This gorgeous table top crystal Christmas tree is by Debbie of christmasfestival. She has different styles of the tree in her shop as well as these 5 inch icicles

She said :
The tree that you will make is an illuminated Christmas tree that is 13 inches tall and is made with plastic faceted beads, safety pins and wire. The top is adorned with a translucent star, and a battery-operated portable LED light illuminates the tree from within. Because of its cordless design, you are not limited to the space that you can place it. 
Use it as a centerpiece on your table, a decoration on your fireplace mantle, or a conversation piece on the counter or a shelf. Decorate your RV or office with it. Give it to your college student for their dorm room or apartment, or to a teacher for their classroom. Cheer up a sick friend or relative in their hospital room. As you can see, the possibilities are endless!

Use real crystals if you have loads of them!   

This Christmas tree design has little bead garlands! The designer is ACLPatterns

This uniquely wired Christmas tree design tutorial is by Olga of FlorenHandicrafts is versatile in that you can choose to make trees in different heights. 

The construction for this holiday tree by Marla of CatfancyCreations is clever as it consists of staggered sizes of beaded discs. They are stacked on a central beaded rod to be assembled and dismantled like a full sized tree!  

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