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Paper craft card, kids Christmas card, Christmas tree outline


Tear scraps of colourful paper to create this bright Christmas tree Christmas card. The torn paper effect adds a really interesting finish.

Time: 10 minutes
Age: 5-10's, Over 10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Colourful paper
Glue stick
Card

Method
Fold a piece of paper for the Christmas tree. Tear half a tree shape along the length of the fold.
Open out to reveal your tree.





Tear a rectangle shape for the trunk and a pot shape out of another colour. Tear a star out of yellow of gold paper (or use a sticky star if you prefer).



Glue the tree components onto a blank card.



Tear out small circles from contrasting colours to make baubles and decorate your Christmas tree. You could also stick on sequins or other decorations.

Your Christmas tree Christmas card is now ready to send. Please upload a picture of your creation in the comments forum.



Paper craft card, kids Christmas card, Christmas tree outline


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Categories
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Papercraft
#Christmas
#Christmas tree
#Christmas card
#Greeting card
#Cheap
#Easy
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