Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Paper Christmas Tree

And here it is, yet another paper Christmas tree...:)
I love working with paper and this being the season for Christmas trees, I made a bunch of different types of paper trees this time of the year. Hope you will like this tree as much as I liked making it..:)

You'll need
- Paper. Any kind would do, I used magazine paper to make one of the trees and printer paper to make the other.
- Construction paper to make the base of the Christmas tree.
- Glue.

- Make a cone shape, which will form the base of the Christmas tree.
- Cut a bunch of leaf/petal shapes out of the magazines. Use a pencil to curve these petals a little.

- Now start gluing the curved petals on the cone base, starting from the bottom and moving up.

- Keep gluing till you have covered the base.

If you liked this tree, you might also like other paper trees.

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  1. That paper tree is beautiful. Pinning for next year! Thanks for linking up with Funtastic Friday!

  2. These look so effective. Such a clever idea. Pinning! Happy New Year Popping by from the Real Carfty Link Party

    1. Thank you Coombe! And a very Happy New Year to you too..:)

  3. These are so beautiful! It would be fun to make from old magazines with different colors of printing.
    Posts like this would be perfect for the Waste Less Wednesday Blog Hop. I'd love for you to check it out: http://www.skipthebag.com/2017/01/waste-less-wednesday-blog-hop-1417.html

    1. Thank you for the invite. I am heading your way...:)

  4. Love these Christmas trees! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday!

  5. I don't know how you came up with so many alternative paper trees, but I love all of them. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party, and happy 2017!

    1. Thank you Teresa for your lovely comment..:)
      A very Happy New Year to you too!!

  6. Those are adorable, love them! I am hoping to be able to style up and share my entryway soon. These would be perfect.

  7. Wow, those are so pretty! I love how each one looks unique, too.

  8. These are so pretty and definitely much easier to make than I thought. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty