Selfpackaging Cardboard Christmas Tree - M

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Selfpackaging Cardboard Christmas Tree - M

Selfpackaging Cardboard Christmas Tree - M

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The making is only half the fun. How will you decorate your Cardboard Christmas Tree? Here are a few of our favourites from Instructables makers: This is another fun DIY Christmas tree craft that’s perfect for kids (or adults who are young at heart). You’ll need some buttons, glue, and decorations of your choice. You can use any type of scrapbook paper you want for this project, so feel free to get creative. And if you have any extra scraps leftover, you can always use them to make some fun Christmas ornaments! The Paper Plate Tree Start by drawing a tree shape on a piece of scrapbook paper. Then use the scissors to cut out the shape. Next, fold the tree in half so that the two sides match up. Use the tape to attach the two halves together. Finally, use the ruler to make evenly spaced cuts down both sides of the tree (be sure not to cut all the way through). Once you’re done, unfold your tree and it should look like a three-dimensional Christmas tree!

This is a great craft to do with kids because it’s so easy and they can really let their imaginations run wild. And when you’re done, you’ll have a unique and one-of-a-kind Christmas tree that everyone will love! The Button Tree Start by painting or drawing a tree shape on one of the paper plates. Then cut out the shape and fold the plate in half so that the two sides match up. Use the tape or glue to attach the two halves together. Once you’re done, you should have a two-dimensional paper plate tree! What’s great about this craft is that it can be as simple or as elaborate as you want. So if you’re short on time (or money), this is the perfect solution. But if you’ve got some extra time and energy, go ahead and add some extra bells and whistles! The Scrapbook Paper Tree Start by gluing the buttons together in the shape of a tree. Once the glue is dry, decorate your tree however you like! You could use paint, glitter, sequins, or anything else you can think of. Trace a tree onto a sheet of cardboard with your pencil. Consider the size and shape you'd like, and ensure that your tree is symmetrical. Keep in mind that to create one standing tree, you'll need three flat cardboard trees of the exact same size.If there’s ever a designer creation you must build, this one is it. We’ve updated the instructions to our infamous Makedo Christmas Tree - and this time around, we’re also working on a mini table-top version! Insert the circles into the slits of one of the folded trees and open the tree enough to stand. Add the other two trees onto the circles. This is a great craft to do with kids because it’s so easy and they can really let their imaginations run wild. And when you’re done, you’ll have a unique and one-of-a-kind Christmas tree that everyone will love! Make a DIY Cardboard Christmas Tree Today! Put away your wood saw and replace it with a Makedo Safe-saw. Save a tree and find some old cardboard to turn into a DIY Cardboard Christmas Tree.

You can make a smaller desk-sized version with our instructions here. Either way, we’re sure Santa will be impressed with your creativity and have no problem finding the perfect place to put all your presents. Happy holidays! Fold each tree in half. Create two slits in each tree on the fold, one high and one low on the tree. The slits should be less than half the depth of your cardboard circles (ours are 1.5″). This DIY Christmas tree craft is another easy and affordable option. You’ll need a few paper plates, some paint or markers, and some tape or glue.This DIY Christmas tree craft is a little more involved, but it’s still pretty easy to do. You’ll need some scrapbook paper, a pencil, scissors, tape, and a ruler. I think these would also look incredible in a group of lots of them — a recyclable forest! Hope you try these out. xoxo Fold each tree in half. Create two slits in each tree on the fold, one high and one low on the tree. The slits should be less than half the depth of your cardboard circles (ours are 1.5"). I had an idea to create some Christmas trees that could somehow fold away flat for people with limited space, and I love how they turned out! They also ended up to solve a few other holiday problems. These cardboard Christmas trees:

This is probably the easiest DIY Christmas tree craft on this list! All you need is a cardboard box, some scissors, and some tape. Simply cut out a tree shape from your cardboard box, and then decorate it however you like! You could even use old Christmas cards to make your own unique decorations. I have become this project’s biggest fan (in case you can’t tell). So let’s make some! How to Make Cardboard Christmas Trees If you're using a saw, it's really easy to layer 3 pieces of cardboard and cut them all out at the same time. If you're using scissors or a box cutter, just cut out three trees by hand. Trace a pencil line down the center of each tree. With your box cutter, carefully slice down the pencil line, being sure to only pierce one side of the cardboard (leave the side that’s face-down intact). If you’re using very thin cardboard, you can probably skip this step and just crease your trees down the middle so that they can fold in half.Trace a tree onto a sheet of cardboard with your pencil. Consider the size and shape you’d like, and ensure that your tree is symmetrical. Keep in mind that to create one standing tree, you’ll need three flat cardboard trees of the exact same size. Trace a pencil line down the center of each tree. With your box cutter, carefully slice down the pencil line, being sure to only pierce one side of the cardboard (leave the side that's face-down intact). If you're using very thin cardboard, you can probably skip this step and just crease your trees down the middle so that they can fold in half. This design takes DIY cardboard Christmas tree to a whole nother level! The star tree topper, ornaments, and gift boxes are all made out of cardboard! Although, this is a small design it could be scaled to make at multiple sizes; your imagination is the only limitation!



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