We've used two different papers (one plain, one patterned) and a simple Christmas tree template to make this stunning card. Fold it to put it into an envelope, so that the recipient can make it "pop up"!
Christmas Tree Crafts
We've got flat Christmas trees, felt Christmas trees, 3D Christmas trees, pretty Christmas trees and sparkly Christmas trees - in fact all sorts of Christmas tree crafts for kids! We hope you'll find something here for kids of all ages, and the finished results will brighten up your house this Christmas...
Why should you leave the bathroom undecorated this Christmas! Make our fun foam tree and not only will your bathroom look more festive but you can have the fun of decorating the tree every bath time.
Making this cute Christmas tree card takes some careful placing and gluing, so it is a good craft to keep the kids busy on a wintery afternoon! And we think the finished result looks fabulous. Of course you could adapt this craft in many different ways - some of which we suggest below.
This Christmas tree Advent Calendar craft is fun to make with your youngest children - and they will love sticking the brightly coloured pompoms onto the tree on each day! And the bonus is that it might help with number recognition, too!
This very simple DIY Advent Calendar craft is perfect for small hands to make. Younger children will enjoy turning over the pictures each day, and the Christmas tree looks very bright and cheerful on the wall.
This decorated Christmas tree fuse bead pattern makes a very pretty homemade Christmas card topper, or a super Christmas tree decoration. We used yellow, blue and red beads for the "decorations" on our tree, but gold and silver beads or red and white beads would look lovely too.
This simple Christmas tree fuse bead pattern looks very pretty as a card topper on a homemade Christmas card, or hanging from a Christmas tree! We put a yellow "star" on the top but of course you could leave that out.
Here's a quick Christmas craft for kids, who can display their Christmas tree photo frame on the mantelpiece, or perhaps hang it on the real Christmas tree or make one for Granny and Grandpa.
These homemade Christmas cards are quick and simple to make but very pretty, need little in the way of supplies, and can be adapted or all age groups. The basic card is simply a small triangle and a small rectangle of card, dressed up in a variety of ways.
This Christmas Tree With Candles Fuse Bead Pattern is quick to turn out and has an old fashioned feel. Try sticking three to the front of a blank landscape card for a really special homemade Christmas card (use a sticky pad for a slightly 3d.
This Christmas wish tree is a nice little family project at Christmas time, to help children think about the real meaning of Christmas. We used a different colour bauble for each member of the family.
Craft gems are sparkly and fun to arrange and stick, and this craft gem Christmas tree card is sure to be appreciated by the recipient, so why not encourage the kids to make it for someone special this Christmas!
These cut out Christmas cards are simple to make but they look extra special and are sure to be appreciated!
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Turn a simple Christmas tree colouring page into a beautiful Christmas card with some extra embellishments! This is a fun project for all ages and the card is sure to be appreciated by whoever receives it!
This felt Christmas tree softie craft for kids is simple enough for even beginner sewers to create a really nice Christmas decoration - and the possibilities for decoration are endless!
This craft is very simple to do and you can really go to town with decorating it! Prop the little Christmas tree decoration up on your mantelpiece, use it to make a Christmas card, or hang it from your real Christmas tree.
This pinecone Christmas tree craft is a super Christmas craft for children, who will enjoy painting the pinecone and sticking on the decorations! The finished craft makes a very cute miniature tree to display. You could make for each place setting at the Christmas table...
This pom pom Christmas tree card is so simple to make, but younger kids will enjoy the arranging the sticking! Our pom poms are very carefully arranged!
Sarah and Jack made this pompom Christmas tree to give as a Christmas card, but you could use green card rather than paper and make a larger tree to hang or display standing instead.
This is the simplest of crafts but little kids will enjoy it - and it has the advantage of making no mess at all! You could even cut out a tree and let the kids decorate it in the back of the car on the way to visit family...