Christmas Tree Craft

Supplies:

Craft Sticks, Large and Regular Size

Green Markers or Paint

Glue

Sparkles or Glitter (available at craft store)

String or ribbon

Directions:

Have your child paint or color (with markers) 4-5 craft sticks.  I used a pre-colored large craft stick for the base, but you could also paint or color that.  My kids used markers, for time sake, but I think paint would be really cute too…  When they have finished cut or break the craft sticks so they vary in size.  Glue the craft sticks together to make a tree shape.  Add sparkles, glitter, or construction paper shapes to decorate your tree.  I let my boys glue and place their sparkles themselves.  We also had to make pictures with sparkles when we were done because the sparkles were so popular!  Let the tree dry for several hours.  Once it is dry, flip it over and add a dot of glue, place the string in the dot and let it dry…  In a few short hours you will have a very cute tree ornament, window decoration or fun gift!

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7 Responses to “Christmas Tree Craft”

  1. Lizzie B. December 4, 2010 at 2:31 PM #

    This is such a wonderful and easy idea! Thank you for sharing! I have a class of preschoolers who will be enjoying these on their trees this year!

  2. Nicola @ Twisty Noodle December 13, 2011 at 4:36 PM #

    This is great for preschoolers! Thanks for sharing.

  3. kayla November 18, 2013 at 4:19 PM #

    my kids and I made these today, after seeing the image on Pinterest. Do mind if I link to you if I post my kids’ picture & creations on my blog?

    • mommyapolis November 18, 2013 at 4:24 PM #

      Please do!!!

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