Shower Curtain Ring Christmas Tree

How to Make a Shower Curtain Ring Christmas Tree

I’m always trying to find new ways to use ordinary things… like plastic shower curtain rings for example. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know that back in October I posted some shower curtain ring pumpkins that I made from a bag of rings that I thrifted for $1. You can find that post here.

I mentioned in that post that I had other ideas for those rings as well, and here’s one of them. My shower curtain ring Christmas Tree.

How to make a repurposed shower curtain ring Christmas tree

Here are the shower curtain rings that I used. I spray primed one side using a lovely white spray primer before I remembered to take a photo. Here’s the other side ready to be primed.


Shower Curtain Ring Christmas Tree

Here are my supplies.. the primed rings and an 8″ cork circle hot mat that I got at the dollar store.

Shower Curtain Ring Christmas Tree

Using my glue gun I applied the first row of rings to the spray primed cork circle, and then I started working my way up and slightly inward with each level. I roughly laid out each level before gluing. Here’s my tree with three levels done.

Shower Curtain Ring Christmas Tree

I kept working my way up and in with each level. There’s no real plan to this, you just have to figure it out as you go. It does take a little patience.


Shower Curtain Ring Christmas Tree

Here’s my 12″ tall tree with all the rings in place. All one hundred and two of them. Some of the spray primer came off in spots because I did some repositioning as I went along. I didn’t worry about it because it was going to be covered up.


Shower Curtain Ring Christmas Tree

I spray painted the tree with two light coats of a lovely white, letting it dry well in between coats. While the second coat was still wet I sprinkled the tree with a lot of silver glitter.

 I let the tree dry for a few hours and then I gave it a coat of a spray urethane because that’s what I had on hand. Then I added a silver toned thrifted $1 brooch from my stash  as the tree topper. I love using thrifted jewellery in my crafts.


Shower Curtain Ring Christmas Tree

And here’s my finished shower curtain ring Christmas tree again.. all glittered up and ready for the holiday season.


Don’t forget to pin it!

How to make a repurposed shower curtain ring Christmas tree


Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…

keep on keepin’ on!



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    1. Thanks so much Leshia! I still have some curtain rings left for a few more projects. Can't wait to post those too. Thanks for stopping by!

  1. Brilliant! I just had to throw out my Christmas tree because of bug issues in my apartment complex, and wasn't quite able to justify buying a brand new one on the current budget. . .If a tree can be made out of shower rings, however, perhaps there is hope for me yet!

    1. Thanks Marissa! I love to make things out of different materials than the norm. It helps me keep my head on straight! lol.

  2. Oh I love this. I cannot throw anything away that I might use for a craft. I just finished 3 wine bottles covered in Epsom Salts for a centerpiece. My kids call me a hoarder but you know I must have some stash. I am your new follower since I love to recycle. Happy Thanksgiving

    1. Me too! I have a thing for reusing and repurposing things. I hate the thought of anything ending up in the landfill that could have been used in some way. Thanks so much for following. So glad to have you along!

  3. This is so beautiful and how clever! I never would have thought to use shower curtain rings this way! Happy Thanksgiving!

  4. Very cute! It'd be neat maybe with a paper towel roll or something in the middle too!
    Followed you the GFC blog hop! 🙂

  5. What a clever idea! So cute! Thanks for sharing it at my party at House on the Way!
    Have a great week!

    1. Thanks so much Meredith! The blog hop is always a lot of fun, and I'm happy to link up each week. Happy Thanksgiving to you too!

    1. Me too! Nothing make me happier craft-wise than to find interesting ways to use things. Thanks so much for stopping by!

  6. Wow! I would NEVER have thought of that! Turned out so beautifully!

  7. So creative and adorable! I love it. Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent again this week. So happy to have you share!! Have a great week.

    1. Thank you so much! I love using jewellery in my projects, and a little (or a lot) of glitter never hurts. Thanks for stopping by!

  8. How creative! I have some burgundy ones that my look good like this. Thanks for sharing it at Think Tank Thursday. Hope to see you tomorrow night!

  9. How creative, clever! I would have never known that was made with shower rings! Great job! Love it!

  10. Every time I see this post I fall in love. It's just gorgeous and genius! Thanks for sharing on the homemade holiday party.


  11. That is just beyond adorable! Thank you so much for linking it up to our 12 Days of Christmas {Goodies} link-up! 🙂 I may have to try my hand at my own version some time. Love it!

  12. Am I just hungry for Christmas treats or does that almost look like it's an edible tree?

  13. What an amazing idea – looks so pretty. I have pinned it.

  14. Okay, just beautiful and love the jewelry touch, but boy, I think I would be wearing it..Love and have such stuff..
    Anyway, think you just outdid yourself over the little bread clips I commented on..Think I may have a couple pkgs of these rings in my hoarding cabinet.
    I am so glad to see everyone using their minds and talents. Keep up the good work .


    1. Thanks Emma! This tree was a fun project and the bread clip ornaments were too. 🙂