Emily Seilhamer and her husband carried on this weird, but the fun tradition of creating their own unconventional Christmas trees for the last 5 years. This year they mixed things up and pushed up the scale a bit crazier than they used to.
The giant cone was wrapped around with yarn, soaked in a mixture of 15 pounds of corn starch with 2 pounds of glue. It took around a week for the yarn to be solid enough so the mold could be slipped off and decorated into the beautiful Christmas tree as seen below.
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The mold is the base of the entire operation
Plastic wraps help the glue to stick onto the yarn, not the mold
It does not look easy since it isn’t
Water balloons are transformed into ornaments as well
The tree when the mold is removed
String up the ornaments with lights
The elements added gives the tree its life!
Watch the whole process in this video!
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