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3D Christmas Tree

by Bryony Harrison (follow)
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3D Tree


Putting up the tree has always been my favourite part of Christmas, especially as a child. But you can only put it up once a year. So here's an alternative. Make your own 3D Christmas tree that you can put up again and again.

Time: 45 minutes
Age: 5 -10s, 10s plus
Level: Medium

Materials
1 Sheet of A4 green card
Pencil
Scissors
Felt tip pens

Method



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Drawn three Christmas trees of the same size in a pot (for clarification, these will be called Tree A, B, and C).



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Draw a line 7.5cm long from the top of Tree A.
Draw a line 7cm long from the bottom of Tree B.
Draw a line 4cm from the top and bottom of Tree C.



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Cut the trees out, and cut down the lines.



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Decorate your trees with felt tip pens.



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Slot Tree B into Tree A; then slot in Tree C, and spread each corner out.



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Make sure the base of the tree is aligned before standing it up.

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#Christmas
#Christmas tree
#Tree
#Card
#Craft
#3D
#Decorations
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