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Beautiful Paper Tabletop Christmas Trees

By: Margaret Goodhand for FaveCrafts.com
Beautiful Paper Tabletop Christmas Trees
Beautiful Paper Tabletop Christmas Trees
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"These are various types of trees made from paper. The tall gold one is made from a magazine, whole and intact. The green one is made of decorative card stock. And the smallest one is made from a page in a hymn book. They are lots of fun to make and look very nice as centerpieces for the holidays. They are not too hard to make and the two accordion style folded one are fairly quick to make. The magazine one takes some time to make because each page is folded twice!"

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaper, Recycled Materials

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Easy

HolidayChristmas

Materials List

  • Magazine
  • Paper
  • Skewer sticks
  • Small decorations
  • For the magazine one paint is optional
    Mine was painted gold

Instructions

Magazine Tree

  1. Choose magazine Ones with rounded backs seem to work best

  2. Fold each page from the edge corner to the inside of the page then fold again to look like a mans tie then tuck the bottom part up inside to make a straight bottom

  3. Do this to every pages then move the pages around to place them evenly

  4. Spray paint and decorate if you like

Smaller Trees

  1. The smaller trees are quick and simple to make

  2. Choose your paper, make a tiny mark at the centre at the top

  3. Draw a line from the centre to the bottom of one side of the paper then do the same on the other side(right and left sides of the paper front)

  4. Cut out your tree shape Fold accordion style from bottom to top of tree shape

  5. Hold folded aper closed and use scissor point to make a hole through the centre of the whole thing and poke skewwe through opening as you go

  6. Decorate and mount on a stand of your choice or use as a plant decoration!

NotesBoth of these are very pretty table decorations and allow you to be creative in you design and colors

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