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Christmas Tree Table Centerpiece

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Christmas Tree Table Centerpiece

 
Isn't this a Spectacular Christmas Table Decoration? Made from styrofoam and tissue paper, this is a fun Christmas Tree Craft for kids. Try it, and you'll have the perfect Christmas table Centerpiece.
christmas tree tissue circles project

Supplies Box

 
 
 

Instructions

 
    1. Let’s start at the bottom of our Christmas Tree. Cut a strip of double sided tape long enough to wrap around cone. Apply to the cone about 1/2” from the bottom. After the tape is in place, take off the top liner to expose the adhesive.
    2. Fold a tissue circles in half. Then fold each edge two times to create “fluffy” branches. Stick folded tissue shape, point down, to adhesive on tree.
    3. Repeat this about 15-18 more times to make the bottom layer of the tree.
    4. Working your way up, apply double-sided tape (as in step 1) about a 1/2 inch above the bottom layer. Then do steps 2 & 3 using slightly less circle tissues for this row. We randomly used red and green tissue shapes to add some color to our tree. Feel free to use colors that inspire you.
    5. Repeat steps 1, 2 & 3 until you have about 9 rows of tissue branches.
    6. If tape shows at the top of the tree, cover it with remaining circles.
    7. Next, cut a pipe cleaner about an inch long. Take two pieces of star sticker shape, remove backing and stick them (back to back) with the pipe cleaner in between. About 1/2” of pipe cleaner should be sticking out from bottom of stars. This will be used to “insert” the stars into the top of tree.
    8. Insert the pipe cleaner into the top/center of the cone.
    9. Now decorate your Christmas tree with your Sticker Puff Shapes.
    10. Now your tree craft is ready to use a table centerpiece for Christmas!

For more Christmas Projects check our Christmas Craft section.

*Projects by Barbara Bazela with the help of Karolinka (age 10)
 
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Age:
6+
Level of Difficulty:
level 2
Estimated Time:
45 minutes
Build These Skills:
  • Fine motor skills
  • Following directions
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