1. Supplies needed.
2. For the feather tree, use the sponge brush to apply the Mod Podge in sections starting from the bottom up while layering the single feathers in a row. You can make the tree as full as you like with more feathers.
3. For the feather tree, repeat the process for applying the Mod Podge onto the styrofoam cone. Pour the mini balls into your hand and press them on the cone. The balls will stick together in clumps but that's fine. A lot of static and messy, but worth the patience. Let the half of the cone dry overnight before applying to the other half. Then sprinkle with glitter like I did here with the forest green. Looks so much like a real tree!
4. The glitter tree is just a rolled up plastic sheet in a cone shape with Mod Podge and glitter for another option.