The only thing the tree was seriously lacking was any type of topper so in true crafty fashion I raided the craft cabinet for supplies. With a jar of beads and four glittery pipecleaners Madison and I got down to business.
I twisted three of the pipecleaners together to make a six pointed snowflake/star and then bent the last cleaner in half and twisted it around the star leaving the ends pointing to the back to affix it to the tree later.
We threaded ten beads on each arm of the snowflake.
Then bent the the arm back and added ten more beads.
After all of the arms had a total of twenty beads we twisted the last little bit of pipcleaner to the extra one on the back to hold it all together.
There should now be two bare arms sticking straight in back and these are the two I used to twist around the tree.
This would be a bit too small for a regular size tree topper so you can always use it as an ornament instead!