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A fast fun Christmas project perfect for rainy days or when it’s too hot to be outside


Material

  • Some Paper plates
  • Some Paddle pop sticks or toilet rolls
  • A few different Coloured paints
  • Stickers, Glitter or anything else you might use to decorate
  • Glue Stick

Method

  1. Paint your paper plate the base colour you would like your tree to be
  2. Cut your plate into thirds and if using toilet rolls, chop into trunk size portions. Or if doing the other style cut out a pizza slice shaped piece from your plate.
  3. Glue your three sections of tree layered on each other as per photo followed by your trunk to the bottom
    Or simply glue your trunk on for the simple style tree.
  4. Decorate your tree how ever you would like to with glitter paint stickers etc
  5. Leave to dry and enjoy

Notes

These would be fun for group activities, day care or school teachers. A great and easy Christmas project.




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    • 22 Nov 2018
      7:53 am

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  • They look great and the kids will enjoy this.

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  • I love the tiered trees they look great.

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  • Now this I LOVE. Fab idea!!

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  • I have so many paper plates in my cupboard left over from parties. I’m thrilled to be finding craft activities for the kids to use them up

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  • What a sweet idea. Perfect for this time of the year!

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  • These are such a great way to entertain the kids and get something that can be used to make Christmas even more special

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  • Simple and cute.

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  • I remember doing this type of craft years ago. I love it better than store bought items

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  • Such a great Christmas craft!

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  • They are very beautiful and creative.

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  • They look wonderful, so creative and colourful for the festive season.

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  • These are so cute and clever. My son would have loved making these when he was younger.

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  • So cute!

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  • my kids would have a ball making these!

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  • What a good project for kids, they look great.

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