Easy Christmas Tree Craft for Kids
Christmas trees are a big part of holiday preparations. Large or small, real or artificial, Christmas trees with their glittering lights brighten our homes with a special glow. Kids can make a little Christmas tree with its own glitter to shine among your favorite decorations this year!
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Now we are including glitter in a Christmas tree craft that is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers - even the big kids will want to make one!
Once you see how easy this craft is, you can vary the supplies according to your own likes and available materials.
- construction paper
- glitter pompom
- green paint
1. Roll the paper into a cone shape. Grownups can help with this step.
Note: If you are using cereal box cardboard or white cardstock, now is the time to paint the cone.
Cardboard is a little harder to roll but the cone will be sturdier.
Let the paint dry before you continue to step 2.
We made a tree using green construction paper, but we also had fun painting a cardboard cone.
2. Tape the paper to secure when you are satisfied with how your cone looks.
3. Trim the bottom of the cone so it will stand upright on a table.
4. Paint the cone with glue.
4. Roll the cone in glitter!
Kids can push the cone, or place a hand right inside the cone like a glove and roll it over the glitter.
5. Complete the tree with a star on top. Cut two slits, one on either side, and simply insert a star shape.
As you can see, there's lots of room for creativity with this craft.
The purple tree is made with purple construction paper and glitters with silver confetti and a foil star!
The small tree is made with a cardboard cone, painted green, rolled in tiny beads and topped with a glitter pompom.
More Christmas tree crafts from kid-friendly bloggers!
Jeweled Christmas Tree Craft from Housing a Forest
Paper Plate Laced Christmas Tree Craft from I Heart Crafty Things
Glowing Christmas Tree Craft from Paging Fun Moms
Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft from Raising Little Superheroes
Paper Plate Christmas Tree Craft from Easy Peasy and Fun
Visit our Christmas board on Pinterest for more holiday crafts and activities!