DIY Magical Christmas Tree Tepee Tent

DIY Magical Christmas Tree Tepee Tent

This amazing Christmas tree is actually a tepee that has been hacked to create an evergreen Christmas tent.

What you need

Tepee tent
Staple gun or hot glue gun
Evergreen branches or an old Christmas tree cut into lengths
baseless lamp Light or battery light for inside



This Christmas craft tutorial is an amazing Craft Hack by Robbie B. She has taken an old tepee tent and created a festive Christmas-time tepee that the kids can climb into. How magical is that?

Welcome to our DIY tutorial on how to make a magical Christmas tree tepee tent! Are you looking for a unique and creative way to decorate your home for the holidays? Look no further than this amazing Christmas tree tepee tent! This tutorial will show you how to hack a regular tepee and turn it into a beautiful evergreen Christmas tepee.

Christmas trees are a classic symbol of the holiday season, but this DIY Christmas tree tepee takes it to a whole new level. It’s an innovative way to decorate your home for the holidays, and it’s sure to be a conversation starter. This tepee tree is not only functional but also visually stunning, adding a touch of magic and wonder to your home.

This tutorial is easy to follow, and it includes detailed instructions and helpful tips. We will guide you through the process step-by-step, so you can create your own magical Christmas tree tepee tent in no time. The tutorial includes a list of materials and tools that you will need to complete the project.

This DIY Christmas tree tepee tent is a fun and easy craft project that you’ll enjoy creating. It’s perfect for those who are new to DIY or for those who are looking for a quick and easy project to work on. So gather your materials and get ready to create your own magical Christmas tree tepee tent. It will be a unique and beautiful addition to your home decor during the holiday season.

I remember the day like it was yesterday: I had just finished putting together the Christmas tepee tent for my children and was feeling a mix of excitement and pride. It was a project that I had been meaning to do for a while, but I never quite found the time to make it happen. But here it was, standing tall in the living room of our home, ready to be filled with joy and laughter.

The tepee tent was something that I had seen online in 2019 and was instantly drawn to. It was the perfect way to make a special holiday space for my kids and I wanted to make them something they could cherish and remember for years to come. I spent weeks gathering the materials I needed, from bright fabrics to festive Christmas lights.

On the day the tepee tent was complete, I gathered my children around it and we all admired it in awe. We spent hours decorating it with stockings, garlands, and ornaments. Even our family dog joined in the festivities and we laughed as he tried to fit inside the tent.

Christmas morning was an even bigger surprise. We all gathered around the tepee tent and opened up presents. I could see the wonder in my children’s eyes and it was a moment that I will treasure forever.

It’s been two years since I made the Christmas tepee tent and I’m still amazed at how popular it has become. I’m glad that I was able to share the joy of creating a special holiday space with my children and that others are able to make the same memories with their own families.



Start by taking your old recycled tepee tent or you can purchase an inexpensive tepee tent to use as the base of your magical Christmas tree.

Next secure your light inside the top of the tepee. This is optional, but I would suggest using a low voltage light.

Start layering those evergreen branches onto the wood frame. This one that you see in the picture has been fixed to the wood using a staple gun.

You want to start from the bottom and work your way up getting shorter as you reach the top. Don’t forget to leave a hole in your tepee for the door.

Add some themed lights to your tepee and then some Christmas decorations and voila! Your Christmas tree tepee tent is ready!



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