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Wrapping paper Christmas wall decor

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Looking to make a Christmassy wall decor for the occasion, this is a simple and cheap idea to bring one together. You only need some spare Christmas wrapping paper and some empty toilet rolls. Bring all together to create this unique wall decoration.

Time: 15 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Cardboard (from empty box)
Christmas wrapping paper
Brown paper
Yellow paper, cut into a big star shape
Empty toilet rolls
Hot glue gun/ Double-sided tape
Tape
Scissors
String

Method
Start by cutting strips of wrapping paper and align the toilet rolls to make a Christmas tree pattern.
Wrap each toilet roll with wrapping paper, alternating each rows with different colours, and gradually reducing the length.
To make the base, wrap 2 toilet rolls with brown paper.
For the top of the tree, cut one toilet roll in 2 and glue the star.

When you are happy with how the tree looks, go ahead and start hot glueing or use double-sided tape to form the tree.

To make the frame, roll wrapping paper around and tape.
Pierce two holes at the top of the cardboard and insert a string. Hang on the wall.

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#cardboard
#Christmas
#wall decor
#toilet roll
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