Paper Christmas Tree

Wonderful Paper Christmas Tree (Step By Step Tutorial)


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Paper Christmas Tree

It is such a delight to play out in the snow during winters, but there surely are some days we have to spend indoors and require entertaining ourselves. Christmas is therefore a special event we come across during this season and to spend it in the best way, we need to have amazing decorations and preparations.

In this tutorial, we will learn to make a cute mini Paper Christmas Tree which will be fun for young art lovers. It will turn out to be a great decoration piece for this event and you will love it surely.

This Christmas tree can be pasted on the outside of a card, pasted onto a gift, or gluing it to a surface. In either way, it will show its beauty and greenery!

Are you ready to venture into this splendid craft? Grab the things you need that are mentioned below and let’s start!

What You Need:

  • 7 Green colored sheets
  • Golden glitter sheet
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Glue stick
  • Pink-colored sheet
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Step 1:

First of all, out of pink colored paper, cut out half of a cartoon Christmas tree. Make zigzag shapes to form the tree as we have done. This will turn into a marvelous Christmas tree in no time! The steps are easy so let’s move on with the project.

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Step 2:

Now take another green sheet (a full sheet is required) and fold it from the middle like shown in the illustration.

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Step 3:

Now grab one side and fold it backward. Do the same on the other side.


Step 4:

Now place the cutout from Step 1 on the side of the folded area. Trace the shape on the green paper and wait for the awesome results!

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Step 5:

Now cut out the shape and you will see two Christmas trees form. Now take five more full green colored papers and do the same process all over from Step 2 to Step 4 and later cut them out.

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Step 6:

Now take one tree and fold it from the middle and apply glue on top of it on the folded side. Apply some glue in a straight line. Now attach another tree and do it until all the trees have been stuck.

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Step 7:

Now join the top and bottom trees using glue, and open it slowly to form the shape of the tree.

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Step 8:

Bring out your golden glitter sticker sheet and cut a star out of it. You can also add more volume to your Christmas tree by curling the leaves with your fingers. You can add a base square to as the stand of the tree.

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This winter craft was so easy, right? You have completed these winter crafts for kids in no time! You can now make more using these easy steps provided above and punch them on the top and make them the perfect hanging decoration for your Christmas trees!

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