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Scrunched Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft


Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft


If you are on the look out for fun, easy but effective crafts for young children then you are in the right place. Here at Learning and Exploring Through Play - we always strive to bring you fun activities and crafts! Today we have an adorable scrunched up tissue paper Christmas Tree, no doubt using materials you already have at home.


Before I share this craft with you there are a couple of crafts I want to make sure you have seen:

- Popsicle Christmas Tree Craft
- Christmas Tree Leaves
- Clothes Pin Snowflakes
- Snowman Spools

Now let me share with you our Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft:

You will need:
Cardboard
Scissors
Tissue Paper
Crafty Bits
PVA Glue
Glue Spreader


Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft


Begin by cutting out a Christmas Tree shape in your cardboard. To make sure ours were symmetrical I folded a sheet of paper in half, cut it out, opened it up and traced it onto the cardboard before cutting it out. Younger children will find cutting cardboard very tricky so you may want to have them all cut out before the craft begins.


Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft


Have lots of tissue paper at the ready. To do one tree we used 3 A4 sheets of tissue paper scrunched up. Again I would recommend having a batch already scrunched up and allowing children the chance to rip and scrunch some of their own if they want to. Add lots and lots of PVA glue to your cardboard.


Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft


Start adding the scrunched up paper to the Tree. Be sure to press them all down into the ouzy glue. Looks pretty effective doesn't it?


Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft


You can either wait until this has completely dried or like we did you can add your decorations right away.


Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft


Remember to add your trunk at the bottom of your Christmas Tree! You can add some twine/ribbon to the top of your tree if you wanted to hang them up on the Christmas Tree.

Lets take a look at the party in action:



Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft


The texture looks fabulous!
What crafts and activities are you planning to do over the festive period? Remember to take lots of photos and come over and share with us over on Social Media!

Here are some of our Christmas related posts worth checking out:

   Christmas Tree Leaf Craft   Melted Snowman Family Craft



Clothespin Snowflake Craft   Milk Bottle Igloo   Snowman Salt Dough Keepsake



   Popsicle Christmas Tree Craft    Elf on the Shelf Ideas




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