How to make paper trees for christmas


EASY ORIGAMI CHRISTMAS TREES. — Gathering Beauty

/ Emma

These magical

3D Origami Christmas Trees are so simple to make - a couple of folds and a few snips and you’re ready to go.

Instead of spending yet more money on last-minute decorations why not try making these cute little paper trees.

A pretty last-minute paper decoration for your holiday table that means you’ll make a whole forest in minutes.

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3D Origami Christmas Tree.

What’s everyone making this weekend? If you’re looking for a last-minute holiday craft to decorate your home, here’s a quick and easy one. I love these Origami Trees so much that I’ve already made a second batch so I can use them to decorate in other rooms.

They're such a quick and easy project, cost practically nothing and take no time at all. All you need is some leftover gift wrap and a pair of scissors and you’re good to go.

I’ve made a couple of larger ones using gift wrap to use as a table centrepiece and I’ve got the ones in these pictures displayed on the fireplace mantel. Not sure if it’s going overboard but I can’t stop thinking how cute some mini ones would look hanging on the tree? They might have to be my next project!

I’m a big fan of origami (I did write a whole ebook about it after all). I’ve made a few Christmas origami projects (like these stars and these Santas)  but today I thought I’d try out a different technique - Kirigami.

What is Kirigami?

Kirigami is similar to origami except instead of just folding the paper to make your design you cut it as well. My origami stars are a great example of this as well as these 3D paper trees.

Making your Paper Christmas Trees.

Although I’ve called this project easy they can be a little bit tricky at first (around steps 7&8) but once you get the hang of it they are super quick and simple to make.

Select your chosen paper and grab a pair of scissors. If you’re using origami paper, you’re all set but if you’re using something else like gift wrap you’ll need to cut it into squares before you start.

Fold your paper following the step by step instructions below and then get ready to start snipping. You’ll need to make seven cuts. One to make the base flat and the rest to make the branches. The more cuts you make the more branches. Fold back the branches and open your origami tree out.

When you’ve finished your Christmas trees set them out on your tables, fireplace, shelves or wherever else you need a quick holiday decoration fix.

Whether you make a single tree or a whole forest I’m sure they’ll make a lovely finishing touch to your holiday decorations.

Supplies:

  • Easy Origami Christmas Tree eBook

  • Thin Decorative Paper

  • Scissors

Although I recommend using origami paper for any paper folding project, the paper I used for these trees was thin scrapbook paper (not the lightweight cardstock kind) as standard origami paper only makes a small tree.

I used 12x12-inch paper for the large trees, 10x10-inch for the middle size trees and 6x6-inch for the small.

If you don’t have any thin scrapbook paper here are a few alternatives that you probably already have on hand.

And a couple of larger origami papers:

  • Large 9. 5 Inch 60 Sheets Origami Paper

  • 10x10 inch 10 Colored Origami Paper

Keep scrolling to see how easy these simple origami trees are to make.

Want to make it even easier? You can download and keep this tutorial in a handy PDF

here.

How to make Origami Christmas Trees.

1. Start by laying your paper square down with the white side facing up.

2. Fold it in half edge to edge. Open back out and fold in half again this time in the other direction.

3. Open back out and fold in half again this time across both the diagonals.

4. Open out and lay flat with the white side facing up. Using the creases you have previously made bring the top 3 corners down to meet at the bottom corner. Press flat. You should now have a diamond shape.

5. Fold the sides in to meet at the centre crease.

6. Flip over and repeat on the other side. You should now have an upside-down kite shape.

7. Open one of the flaps back out and flatten. Take the outer edge and collapse it in folding it into the centre.

8. Repeat for the other side.

9. Flip it over and repeat step 8 and 9.

10. Now take a pair of scissors and cut the bottom point off your kite. To make it easier fold the top layer back to make a triangle and use this as a guide.

11. Using a pair of scissors cut 3 horizontal lines in each side of the triangle. These will make your branches.

12. Starting from the right fold each cut line down to make a small triangle. Fold to the left like a page and repeat by folding down each cut line on the right.

13. Keep folding and turning until all the branches have been folded. When you reach the end flip it over and repeat on the other side.

14. Open out your origami tree and stand.

Want more? You can get your hands on a PDF of this project (complete with templates) for only £2

here!

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DIY Paper Christmas Trees {Vintage Farmhouse!}

Make paper Christmas trees easily from up-cycled book pages, newspaper or magazines. Perfect Christmas decorations and easy paper crafts! They look great in so many styles from Scandinavian modern to vintage and farmhouse!

To celebrate the most wonderful time of the year, let’s make some paper Christmas trees from recycled magazines, newspapers, or old book pages! 

If you love to create magical little Christmas villages or mini winter wonderland, you will love these these DIY paper Christmas trees! 

You can use these paper Christmas trees with our DIY mini paper houses, tutorial and free templates here.

DIY mini paper houses: tutorial and free templates here!

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More easy Christmas crafts and modern farmhouse decorating ideas:

Materials and tools to make Paper Christmas trees

  • paper: any kinds such as recycled paper, colored paper, scrapbook paper, etc
  • tree base: small twigs, slices of bigger branches (cut with a hand saw or miter saw), you can also buy wood mini logs or wood discs
  • scissors and glue: craft glue, and hot glue gun to attach the base

Check out the video tutorial or skip to written tutorial below!

Step 1: Cut paper strips to size

Our DIY paper Christmas trees (not including tree trunks and base, which adds 2″ in height) are about 2″ to 3″ diameter at the base, and 3″ to 4.5″ tall.

The following measurements are based on a 3″ wide and 4. 5″ tall paper tree. You can adjust them to your paper tree size.

Cut 7 paper strips, each at 11″ long, starting at 3″ wide, decreasing every 0.25″ to 1.5″ wide. Then cut another 4 or 5 pieces of paper strips at 1.5″ wide by 11″ long. This is because it is much easier to fold wider paper strips then cut them, than to fold really narrow paper strips, as you will see in next step.

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Step 2: make ruffled paper discs / rosettes 

Take a paper strip and Create small accordion folds. It does not have to be perfect  can also layer two three paper strips together when folding, and separate them after to make this step faster.

Next find the mid point of the folded paper strip by folding it in half, put some glue in this area, and twist once to make a butterfly shape. The glue will help hold the shape together.

Pinch the middle as you open the folds to form a rosette. See video tutorial above Step 1 if you are not sure about this step.

As the paper strips get narrower, it becomes harder to fold and twist, which is why we  are making several 1.5 inch wide strips into rosettes first, and trim the paper discs / rosettes later into smaller ones towards the paper Christmas tree top.

It is also helpful to cut the narrower paper strips into half length and make two rosettes instead of a really thick one.

Step 3: glue and trim rosettes into paper Christmas trees 

Stack the paper discs / rosettes to form a Christmas tree shape, starting at the base with the largest rosette. Add a dab of glue or hot glue at the center of each ruffled paper disc as you stack them, and push it down to attach to the previous one.

Once you finish stacking and gluing, trim the tops of the paper Christmas trees to a pointy shape.

Step 4: attach trunk and base to DIY paper Christmas trees 

Cut some twigs or small branches into pieces that are 1″ to 2″ long, and use hot glue to glue the to the bottom center of the paper trees as tree trunks.

Next, hot glue the base of the tree trunks to larger wood discs or cubes to give each tree a stable base.

Additional tips:

You can play with how many paper rosettes of each size to stack. This will change the tree shape and height.

As mentioned in Step 2, because it harder to fold and twist very small rosettes, we made several 1.5 inch wide strips into rosettes first, and trim the paper discs / rosettes later into smaller ones later for the paper Christmas tree top.

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Happy creating! See you soon!

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree made of paper: photos, diagrams, master class

The New Year tree is, of course, the main attribute of the most important winter holiday. It will not be possible to do without the forest beauty, the atmosphere is not the same, and where does the good grandfather put the gifts? It so happened that a Christmas tree is decorated in the house for the New Year holidays: someone puts a live one, someone prefers an artificial one, and someone paper.

A paper Christmas tree can not only replace a needle tree, but can also be used as a Christmas tree toy, a unique gift for relatives, or just decorate your office desktop, reminding you of the coming weekend!

We have collected for you the most interesting options for Christmas paper Christmas trees and Christmas trees that you can make yourself.

DIY 3D paper Christmas tree: cutting pattern

For this craft, you will need a template that needs to be transferred to paper (a regular office one will do). Then cut along the lines and fold as shown in the instructions below. Everything ingenious is simple!

DIY paper napkin Christmas tree

For this craft you need to prepare: napkins (can be replaced with crepe paper or any thin paper), scissors, stapler, round blank and cone. We cut out a circle from a napkin, fasten it with a stapler in the center, wrap the free edges towards the center, forming a flower. We fix the workpiece with glue to the cone base.

DIY fluffy crepe paper Christmas tree step by step

Or such a variation on the theme. As in the previous version, you can use crepe paper, napkins or any thin paper. We cut the selected material into squares with dimensions: 7 × 7, 6 × 6, 5 × 5 and 4 × 4 cm. Then we fold each part twice and make cuts, as in the photo. We put the resulting blanks on double-sided tape as close as possible to each other, and attach the other sticky end to the cone.

Green-handed Christmas tree: getting ready for the new year with children

A very simple craft for the New Year. Suitable for younger children. From paper (white or color), we cut out prints of children's hands. We form a cone and glue “hands” to it, moving from bottom to top. We twist the fingers on the palms and the forest beauty is ready!

DIY Christmas tree from paper mugs

Another easy craft. You will need thick paper, you can even take, for example, old postcards or magazine covers. We cut out circles of different diameters and string them on a wooden skewer in order from largest to smallest. Between the layers, you can insert, for example, a small bead or a thick drop of hot glue.

Making a big paper Christmas tree

If there is little space in the apartment or there are pets, then we recommend paying attention to this masterpiece! From thick paper or cardboard we form a large triangle, which we fill with paper strips cut from one edge. Now the beauty can simply be placed against the wall or fixed at a certain height.

Did you know that you can make more than just a Christmas tree out of paper? We have over 60 New Year's paper craft master classes!

Wrapping paper Christmas tree

Preparing for the New Year holidays means wrapping gifts. If there are pieces of the festive one, you can make such original crafts.

Do-it-yourself voluminous Christmas tree made of colored paper

An original idea of ​​a voluminous paper craft for the New Year. Cut out a circle from paper, divide it into 8 parts, make small cuts along the dividing lines. We twist the free ends into cones and string the resulting workpiece onto the trunk (for example, wire or skewer). It will take 16 blanks of different diameters.

Simple colored paper Christmas tree

Super simple miniature Christmas tree that will be a great desktop decoration. For work you will need: paper, stapler, scissors, wooden skewers, glue. See the photo below for step by step instructions.

Do-it-yourself voluminous paper Christmas tree: a step-by-step diagram

Another simple and original idea. We cut the paper into strips, 1 cm wide. We glue the ends of the strip (it turns out a droplet) and fasten it to the cone-base. All is ready!

Christmas tree made from toilet paper cylinders: getting ready for the new year with children

Here is an idea for crafts made from waste materials. You will need toilet paper rolls and one long towel roll. We wrap them in paper and collect them in a pyramid. You can put a mini gift in each cylinder and now it’s not just a craft, but with a surprise!

Christmas tree from a magazine: making crafts for school or kindergarten

You can use an old magazine as a handy material. How to fold the magazine - see the instructions below. The finished craft can be decorated with tinsel or paper toys.

A simple Christmas tree made of paper without glue: an understandable master class

A simple craft for the New Year using origami technique. Of the additional tools you will need only scissors. Use the step by step guide below.

Cut Paper Christmas Tree

Make a Christmas tree on a cone by decorating with cut paper strips. The result is a fluffy forest beauty.

A cute Christmas tree that will decorate your desktop

A simple craft for the new year. Twist 3 paper cones (more possible, depending on the required height of the final product) of different diameters, cut the ends with a fringe, put the cones on top of each other. All is ready! Optionally, a cardboard cylinder can be inserted into the lowest cone to simulate the barrel.

Christmas tree made of paper straws

This is a great idea for a postcard. From paper strips of different lengths, twist thin tubes and glue them to the base in the shape of a triangle. Add decorative elements.

You will be interested: 30+ cool ideas for New Year cards!

Paper strip Christmas tree: making Christmas crafts with kids

Super easy paper strip craft for the little ones. Cut out a triangular base from cardboard. Glue the strips in discord, add the stem of the stick. All is ready!

Paper strip tree: step-by-step instructions

Or this kind of craft.

Paper Christmas tree for patient needlewomen: master class

If you have time and desire to tinker, you can make such an original craft. We cut the paper into petals and glue them to the cone-shaped base.

Simple and very cute do-it-yourself paper Christmas tree. Scheme

This handicraft can be used to create a postcard or as an independent product for decoration. Redraw the template on paper and fold as shown in the photo below. Add decor to your liking.

Making a Christmas tree out of paper with kids

You can make this craft out of handprints. Kids will especially like it. It is better to use finger paints, i.e. harmless to the child's body.

Unusual Christmas tree from folded paper circles: a step-by-step master class

To work, you need to prepare 4 paper circles of different diameters. Fold each circle 4 times. Expand the workpiece and put it on an impromptu trunk, for example, a wooden skewer.

DIY quilling Christmas tree

This craft is suitable for beginners in the quilling technique. To work, you need to master two basic elements: a roll and a drop. You will also need a toothpick and glue.

Christmas tree made of paper snowflakes

Boys and girls in the 2nd grade are already much more diligent, which means that it is possible to make crafts more difficult. Let's make a Christmas tree out of snowflakes. The help of adults will be needed for cutting out small details. Using the templates, print or redraw snowflakes on thick paper (any color). Cut out all the details, glue the stand, stick a wooden skewer (or any other base) into the center, string the snowflakes in descending order: the largest at the bottom, the smallest at the top.

Template for cutting (3 A4 sheets):

To add volume to the craft, string a bead or paper tube between rows of snowflakes.

MK: Christmas tree made from old newspapers, books

An interesting craft made from waste material. Old newspapers, magazines or books will do. Cut out circles, fold in half and glue to the cone.

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree made of corrugated paper

A simple option. We cut the corrugated paper into strips, wrap the cone in layers from the bottom up. You can fix the strips with glue or a stapler.

By the way, why not add a paper snowman to the Christmas tree?

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree from paper cones - step by step MK

A large Christmas tree can be made from paper cones. Fold sheet A4 into a bag and fix it on a cylindrical base prepared in advance (you can use several bushings from paper towels).

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree with roses from old newspapers

To create a rose, you need to cut a spiral from a paper circle, and then, starting from the outer edge, twist the blank. We plant roses on a cone. Additionally, you can decorate with beads, rhinestones or other elements.

Christmas tree in a snow globe - three-dimensional paper craft without glue

This craft is a slice shape, i.e. consists of 12 layers intersecting each other at an angle of 90 degrees. To work, you will need paper with a density of 160 g / m, scissors or a breadboard knife. Cut out templates and assemble.

Templates (5 A4 sheets):

Christmas tree made of paper with snow effect

For work you will need: paper (you can use old magazines, advertising booklets), wooden skewer, scissors, glue and salt. You can decorate the top of the Christmas tree with an asterisk made of colored paper, felt, foamiran or chenille wire.

Herringbone made of accordion paper

For this craft, you need to fold the paper like an accordion. For one tier, two accordions are needed. The resulting blanks are strung on wooden skewers.

Fluffy Christmas tree made of paper without a cone

An ideal New Year's craft for school for those who have absolutely no time left, i.e. for those whose child remembers a creative task at 11 at night the day before the deadline. Simple, fast, original! And most importantly, everyone is happy! For crafts, you need colored paper and a base, such as a paper cup or a jar of yogurt. Step by step MK see below or in this video.

Templates for printing (8 A4 sheets):

Christmas tree made of paper pyramids

For work you will need: paper, diagram, scissors, stationery knife, glue. How to glue a Christmas tree, see below.

A simple paper Christmas tree that even children can make

New Year is the most favorite holiday of the smallest residents of the house. Do not deprive them of their joy and together make a beautiful decor. For such a Christmas tree, you will need thick paper for the base, a lot of colored paper circles, and glue.

Christmas tree made of paper strips a la quilling – we make New Year's crafts with children

Here is another paper forest beauty that children can make. Well, joint creativity with parents - what could be better for little fidgets!

Paper Christmas tree + HoHoHo templates, stars and hearts

HoHoHo Template Star Template Heart Template

For this craft, you need to print the template, cut it out and glue it as shown in the photo. Schemes can be downloaded from the links above.

Herringbone application - making a 3D New Year's card with children

You can make such an original application from strips of colored paper: 7 green and 1 brown. You will also need glue and scissors to work. The sequence of actions, see the photo.

How to make an origami Christmas tree with your own hands

A very simple origami craft. Print or transfer templates to paper, fold along the lines with an accordion, glue. All is ready!

Templates:

Origami paper Christmas tree

Origami paper Christmas tree

Modular origami Christmas tree

Very beautiful crafts are made using the modular origami technique. Not the easiest job, painstaking. But the result will definitely justify itself!

Step-by-step tutorial “How to make a module”.

Assembly.

Christmas tree box

Make a Christmas tree box. Can be used as a gift box or as an advent calendar.

A4 template:

Or this:

A4 template:

Papercraft tree

Make a papercraft tree. Print the template, transfer it to thick paper, fold according to the instructions and glue it. Note: dotted line - bend towards you, dash-dotted line - away from you.

Scan on 16 A4 sheets:

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Volumetric Christmas tree made of paper: schemes and templates

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Hello!

Today, on the eve of the New Year, I would like to offer you another wonderful craft that we will make out of paper. This is a voluminous Christmas tree that you can easily make with your own hands right now. Because you will have everything you need, these are diagrams and the necessary templates. The forest beauty will turn out lush and fluffy.

Well, if you want to do a more complicated job, you can look here, where we created products from various improvised means, and even made a stomp.

Don't forget to decorate your apartment with snowflakes and other winter attributes.

Well, let's start looking at and choosing the works you like and roll up your sleeves to create and surprise everyone. I wish you all good luck and patience.

Contents

  • Do-it-yourself voluminous Christmas tree made of paper: schemes and templates for printing
  • Origami Christmas tree (a simple diagram for children with a description)
  • How to make a voluminous Christmas tree from corrugated paper for the New Year 2022
  • Forest beauty made of colored paper and cardboard
  • Workshop on making a Christmas tree from napkins
  • Tree stencils for cutting and printing
  • Volumetric Christmas tree for a New Year card (step-by-step instructions)
  • Paper Christmas tree on the wall

    from paper with your own hands: schemes and templates for printing

    You always want to make such an ornament yourself, because it will look original and at the same time beautiful. All you need is a sheet of paper from which you can easily fold an amazing craft in the form of a Christmas tree.

    In addition, such work can captivate your child and he will be happy to sit and bother. Well, take a white sheet or possibly colored green, but then double-sided. Bend it in half with its short side. And draw a Christmas tree symbol. Here are examples of templates that can be used.

    Then start cutting along the lines, and then make cuts and fold them in the way shown in these pictures. You need to make a blank in triplicate, and then glue them together. It will come out stylishly and very openwork, but also of course voluminous, which will undoubtedly please everyone.

    The next option is no less interesting and charming in its simplicity. Take these stencils and print on the printer, and then you will get a work in the form of ZD.

    Where you see the main outline, take it and cut it out with scissors, but in the recesses, make only notches so that you can turn it out later, as shown in the photo. Two blanks of the same shape are further glued together.

    And if you really want to surprise or slay everyone, then make a whole composition, that is, a forest beauty, and not just one, but with a deer.

    And another variant of 3D crafts, which I propose to cut out on a simple landscape or office sheet, and then paint with gouache paints to make a real masterpiece.

    Glow in the dark spray paint can be used for a shimmery effect.

    Look at the zeal and desire with which a child does such work.

    And this is what we have in the end. The beauty is indescribable.

    The next option, also quite interesting, is a Christmas tree made of green paper in the form of eyelets, read this instruction and create with me. This year we made such a charm with my son. It came out great.

    Well, if you still have some questions, then I will be happy to share with you this video, which shows this master class.

    Origami Christmas tree (a simple diagram for children with a description)

    I think that in childhood everyone was fond of such an activity as origami. All because, it would seem from an ordinary sheet, once an amazing result comes out. Preparing for this article, I did not even suspect that such an ornament as a Christmas tree can also be made using this technique. Imagine, and that's what I was lucky to find.

    Any old book without a thick cover or notepad will do. And the sequence of actions for folding will be as follows. Fold all the pages of the book from the left corner to the middle.

    And then make a bag, that is, one more fold.

    Cut off all excess, do it carefully and efficiently, take your time.

    After unfolding the product on the table, and sprinkle with tinsel or sparkles.

    If you decide to make the job a little more difficult, for example, if your children already go to school, then you can offer them to create such a forest beauty.

    The next work that is done in the lessons of labor in elementary school or classes in kindergarten. The description and all folding steps are shown in this illustration. Get on with the job.

    If you love modular origami and know how to use this technique, then make this souvenir.

    How to make a three-dimensional Christmas tree from corrugated paper for the New Year 2022

    Moving on, this time we use corrugated or crepe paper, which will look chic on a winter beauty. Let's make the Christmas tree fluffy and elegant with bows.

    We will need:

    • cardboard or thick paper
    • green crepe paper
    • any adhesive
    • scissors;
    • bows, red paper, beads

    Steps:

    1. Make a cone out of ordinary cardboard, then glue it with corrugated paper.

    2. Now it remains to build branches, like needles for a future product. To do this, cut the corrugated paper into strips, cut the edges to make a fringe and twist each one onto a wooden stick into a reel. You get something that looks like a flower.

    3. Glue the blanks to the cone using the facing method. For spruce with a height of 15 cm, you will need 120 small blanks in the form of lush flowers. You can take a ready-made bow for decoration, or make it yourself from the same corrugated paper. Use also cotton wool with sparkles, this will give the tree a chic and elegant look.

    The next option is no less intriguing, as if the Christmas tree is made in a spiral, and an ordinary paper cone is also taken as a basis.

    Make a base for the tree to make the following. Use glue, scissors, and thick paper or cardboard.

    2. Take the corrugated paper 18 cm wide, but the length should be about 2 m. Fold the strip in half with the long side. Apply glue from the edge, leaving a gap of 1 cm.

    3. And start to tighten a little to get a skirt.

    4. Wrap the product with such a prepared strip, drip glue here and there so that everything sticks tightly.

    Only wind it in a spiral to make the work voluminous.

    Here's another wonderful variation.

    Forest beauty from colored paper and cardboard

    The next beauty will be made from colored cardboard, but make decorations from colored paper. The Christmas tree is folded in such a simple technique that in a couple of minutes you will create this magnificent gift or souvenir that can be stored on a shelf for a long time.

    You will need three blanks in the form of semicircles of different diameters, on which you will make such a fringe. Then fold and glue each sample to form a cone. Then, on the largest cone, put a little less on top and then smaller.

    There is another version, which is made of one paper cone and glued with circles. He looks amazing, you can't take your eyes off him.

    By the way, I found a similar work in this story, whoever needs it, go for it. There, the author came up with the idea of ​​making mugs with the help of one little thing, in general, see everything for yourself.

    In addition, you can also fold the Christmas tree in this way, using circles as a base, and use wooden caps instead of a stand.

    If you have wrapping paper lying around, roll it into a bag, cut the edges so that they become round at the base and decorate.

    Moreover, you can make a huge craft in this way, gluing together several cardboard sheets.

    Then wrap the cone and glue the edges to the base.

    Trim off any unnecessary pieces and decorate with stars or balloons.

    Now let's do the craft using cardboard, which we will fold.

    To create such a product, print out this stencil.

    After attach to the cardboard and circle the stencil, cut out. And fold it in half. Make 8 pieces of such products.

    Go through the edges of each Christmas tree with a hole punch, and then, where the middle is, the fold line that you made before, go over it with double-sided tape.

    Now it remains to sew the edges where the holes are.

    Spray on glitter or fake snow and top with a star.

    Next work, take a cardboard base and stick a stick into it and secure with glue. And then cut out circles of different sizes from old postcards and stick them on a stick.

    Something similar can also be made from wrappers or just newspaper or magazine sheets.

    Or you can create a souvenir from children's hands. It also looks good, especially since schoolchildren or preschoolers are always happy with such work.

    By the way, here's another idea from a newspaper or magazine.

    Can you make a green tree out of an accordion? Fold a salad-colored office sheet in the shape of an accordion and pierce the middle with a hole punch. Insert a stick into the resulting hole.

    Among other things, I saw such a lovely composition on the Internet.

    Whoever is good at what, there are so many ideas, take it and do it, friends.

    A simple toy can be made even from ordinary ribbons that you cut and then fold into a snake and connect.

    Here are a couple more ideas, write your suggestions or corrections, how and from what else you make such nice Christmas trees.

    They even managed to create a real masterpiece even from the leaves for recording.

    Kindergarten children will like this work, take a thick cardboard and cut it out in the shape of a triangle. A base will come out, on which ask the child to stick the strips.

    Well, in conclusion to this chapter, here is another invention, this is a quilling herringbone.

    Workshop on making a Christmas tree from napkins

    It turns out that you can also quickly build a Christmas tree out of ordinary napkins, and if you fantasize with color, it will turn out to be absolutely unique.

    Such a masterpiece is made in such a way that circles are drawn on a napkin, and then the middle of each figure is connected with a stapler. Then cut along the contours of the workpiece.

    And straight to the middle, start to crumple the edges, lifting them up. To make a flower. And then glue to the conical base, which you make in advance. You can even decorate in the form of a topiary. Here, decide for yourself.

    In more detail, if you are interested in this work, you can also use this step-by-step instruction in pictures:

    Christmas tree stencils for cutting and printing

    For those who love masterpieces in the style of vytynanok, he will take these stencils as a basis. Using a regular clerical knife, cut a Christmas tree, or you can take a special tool that the masters of this business have.

    Cut out two blanks at once, cut a strip on the top of one and a strip on the bottom of the other.

    Next, connect the two Christmas trees together, as if using the cross-cross technology. Hang toys and snowflakes.

    Here are a couple more ideas, what beauty can appear, see for yourself. Delicate and white forest beauties that are so attractive.

    Take a leaf and fold it in half, draw patterns and outline the spruce. Cut out all the pieces with a cutter.

    Take your time, this job does not require fuss.

    You can either print the template or not fold and draw the tree yourself. Don't forget to leave gaps on the bottom of the paper as well so that you can roll them up and glue them later.

    That's what I mean. As soon as you make these two blanks, connect them together.

    And I suggest downloading the stencils right now from my blog:

    By the way, you can create a whole composition with a hut. These are well-known vytynanki. Oh, and there will be beauty! Request templates through the comments if you like the house.

    Volumetric Christmas tree for a New Year's card (step by step instructions)

    Of course, on New Year's Eve, we all give each other gifts and souvenirs, and together with the children we make crafts and, of course, postcards. Here I propose to arrange them unexpectedly, namely, use the origami technique. This can be done using ordinary triangles, which are obtained by folding ordinary squares.

    The next job, you will need two sheets to complete it. On one, you print out a Christmas tree and make cuts along the dotted lines, and then glue this blank to the background.

    Anyone who does not understand the steps in this picture, he may well use the video hint.

    Another masterpiece, using the same origami technique, you will get a cool little thing that you can give to your mother or loved one.


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