Thursday, November 26, 2015

Paper Christmas Tree


Made these cute Christmas trees with old magazine papers.

I cut approx. 10-15 squares of different size of paper differing by half inch and stacked them from largest to smallest size.

So if you are starting with 5" squares, then you need 15 squares of 5" followed by 15 squares of 4.5" and then so on. Stack them on a skewer and you got a Christmas tree. How fast and easy is that !!..:)


Check out the other paper Christmas trees that you can make

Paper Christmas Tree



Pine Christmas Tree
 
Here are some more pictures of the magazine Christmas tree...:) 



 
 

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44 comments:

  1. These are so adorable and so simple. Brilliant in their simplicity.

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  2. so pretty.. thank you so much for sharing your tutorial... I'm going to try to make a few..

    Sonny
    http://155dreamlane.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you Sonny! You should definitely try making these..I am sure you will like how easy they are to make and looks so great..:)

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  3. What a nifty way to recycle paper. Thanks for stopping by to share and linking on http://ohmyheartsiegirl.com/heartsie-girls-wordless-wednesday-43/

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    1. Hi there, I wanted to let you know your project was chosen for this weeks #OMHGWW, hope you will stop by and see who made the choice.

      Hope you are enjoying the festivities of getting ready for Christmas!!
      Also you could stop by and share your post on my Friday Features this week!!
      Have a great weekend!
      Karren

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  4. I love this! So sweet and simple! Thanks for sharing.
    I'll be sharing this on Facebook!
    Sarah (Tuesday Talk Co-host) www.sarahefrazer.com

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    1. Thank you Sarah and thank you for sharing...:)

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  5. These are so cute! And a great way to recycle old magazines and paper, love that. Thanks for sharing! Scheduling to share and pin!

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  6. These are super cute & clever Priyam! Stopping by to let you know you are being featured on Friday’s P3 Party post! Have a great week! Thanks for pinning!
    Best,
    Kim

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  7. What a clever idea! Great homeschool project!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Love the magazine Christmas trees! Those are really cute!

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    1. Thank you Stacy for the visit and your comment,,,:)

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  9. I love this! Thanks for sharing at Turn It Up Tuesday!

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  10. These are so cute! I love how easy they are and want to try this craft with my girls. Even my three year old should be able to do it and they'd love having their own Christmas décor! Visiting from Share It.

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    1. I am sure they will love making their own tree..Thank you so much for stopping by...:)

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  11. These are adorable. So festive and different. I like different. I'll be featuring these on my blog this coming Tuesday for Tuesday Talk. (Co-host for Tuesday Talk)

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    1. Oh Wow! Thank you so much for the feature Michelle!

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  12. Your paper trees are so creative and add a cute touch to any holiday decor. I know what to do with my old Christmas cards now! Happy Holidays!

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    1. Thank you Jane!
      Good that you got an idea for your old Christmas cards..:)

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  13. I ❤️ Recycling! Thanks for the ideas.

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  14. Totally love these! Great idea for a different Christmas decoration and a good recycling project for my girls. This past year our family dedicated to simplifying, on and celebration of all holidays too. These trees will look gorgeous on the fireplace mantel in our living room. Thank you for the inspiration!

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    1. You are welcome Stephanie!
      It definitely looks great on the mantel place, because I put mine on the mantel too..:)

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  15. I love this old magazine tree! What did you use as a base so it stands up? I love to craft, but until I make my first one of something, I almost need you with me holding my hand. LOL! How tall are the skewers? What did you make the star out of? Sorry I sound like a crafting dummy! I'm not really THAT bad, although when I got married at 18, my mother had to tell me how long to boil an egg til it's hardboiled. LOL! Thanks for sharing all your beautiful ideas. Merry Christmas! Linda

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    1. Hi Linda, So sorry, I missed seeing your message earlier. But I guess I will be able to reply just in time for you to try this project this Christmas season..:)
      The base I used was a small candle stand I had. I put a foam piece in the candle stand and stuck the skewer in the foam piece.
      The length of the skewer doesn't really matter. The longer the skewer the more papers you need to pile in to make a larger tree. If you can notice, I made two trees, one is shorter than the other.
      For the star, I had a glow in the dark star from my kids project. I think I got them from Target.
      Hope this season brings you joy and peace. Merry Christmas!

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  16. So cute! Love this idea. Will pin it and share it on my Facebook as well.

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    1. Thank you Margaret!
      Thank you for pinning and sharing too..:)

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  17. I love all the trees but especially the magazine ones. They will have to be next years project so I will pin them for then! Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. Thank you AnnMarie for the visit and for pinning..:)

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  18. These are so cute. It looks like it is a great kids craft.

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  19. Hello! I found your blog through last week's Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop and Linky Party, and wanted to let you know that this is such a cute craft project for the holidays that I have featured it on my blog today at Vintage Mama's Cottage: http://vintagemamascottage.com/2017/12/04/monday-discoveries-favorite-blog-posts/
    I linked back here so my readers can find the tutorial - and I'm thinking that this will be a great project to do with my girls and repurpose a bit of the excess paper that comes into our house every day. Thanks for sharing at the party, hope to catch up with you this coming week. Nina @ Vintage Mama's Cottage

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    1. Thank you so much Nina for the feature!
      I am so glad you found your way to my blog..:)

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  20. I love this idea! So glad you linked up at The Ultimate Pinterest Party last week! I will be featuring your project in this weeks party.

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