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Coloring Page DIY Tabletop Christmas Tree

This is one of those perfect tabletop Christmas tree decorating ideas for crafters.

Updated July 31, 2017
Coloring Page DIY Tabletop Christmas Tree
Coloring Page DIY Tabletop Christmas Tree
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Learn how to make your own tabletop tree with the Coloring Page DIY Tabletop Christmas Tree tutorial. This craft video will show you how to turn your completed coloring pages into a cute tree to decorate for the holidays. If you've been wondering what to do with coloring pages, this is a fantastic crafty idea. Pick up a wooden tree at your local craft store that is just waiting to be decoupaged, and color in some fabulous pages, or use ones you've already colored. Guests will absolutely love this idea when they're in for the holidays, and soon they'll be asking you to make them one!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaper, Wood

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts

Easy

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Small wooden tree base
  • Blank coloring pages
  • Pencil
  • Chalkboard decoupage
  • Foam brush
  • Scissors
  • Colored pencils

Instructions

  1. Take coloring pages and lay them over each section of the tree.  Use the pencil to trace the section then number them.

  2. Cut the sections out.

  3. Use decoupage to adhere each section to the tree.

  4. Let it dry completely.

  5. Place the tree on the table.  Let the kids color the sections of the tree with colored pencils.

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