The trees above are cones, which you can buy at craft stores. Glue scrapbook paper or fabric onto them. A collection looks especially pretty when placed together.
These trees are quite elegant and drape beautifully. Placed on a mantel or windowsill or table, they make quite a statement.
This tree is much bigger, but small enough to fit on a table or buffet. The addition of the basket gives this scene texture and interest.
This little tree could be placed on a buffet or gift table. You could make several or a whole grouping and place them throughout your holiday party setting.
This one, placed in a galvanized container, is super cute with what appears to be vintage and handmade ornaments. The cute paper wreath on top is truly the icing on the cake here.
This tree looks perfect in a country or farmhouse setting. Adding touches like stacks of old books and common objects creates a vignette.
Get the button jar out and cover a cone shaped tree with a collection of buttons.
If you have old sweaters you don't mind cutting up, or some you found at the thrift store, the trees above would be simple to make. Fit the various pieces to the cone as you please, and glue them on.
I have come to the point in my my life where a variation of trees scattered about my home suits my lifestyle best. In a small space, you can have a bevy of trees of all varieties to enjoy at Christmas time.