DIY: Paper Christmas Tree.

5:20 PM

In the fifth grade my teacher showed my class how to make a paper Christmas tree. Now, almost 10 years later, I still remember how to make it! Every year, I always make a paper Christmas tree.  Here are the steps to making one for yourself.

                                                              Step 1
You will need a pair of scissor and construction paper. 

Step 2
Fold paper diagonal

                                                                        Step 3

From the bottom of the paper fold diagonal again.

                                                                       Step  4
Turn paper over and cut off the extra paper at the end.

                                                                           Step 5

From the top, Cut from one end of the paper to the other, but do not cut off.

From the opposite direction than the first, cut the paper, but do not cut off. Continue to do this until you reach the end. Remember to NEVER cut in the same direction as the previous.

It should look like this after cutting.
                                                                           Step 6

Open the paper from side to side.
                                                                        Step 7
Open again from top to bottom
                                                                          Step 8
From the center of the paper grab and pull  up.

 I hope you all did your best. I tried to explain it simple and easy. I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas.

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  1. What a fun and easy craft! I would have never thought to do something like this... and I love that you still remember how to do this 10 years later and still make these Paper Christmas Trees to add some decoration. :)

  2. This is adorable and so easy to do! What a great D.I.Y. and you explained it perfectly. :D

    Happy Holidays!

    Mostly Lisa

  3. So cute!! I love DIY stuff from when I was a kid, I will never forget the ornaments I made with my teacher in 5th grade!

    Miche from Buttons and Birdcages


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