Christmas Craft: Magazine Christmas Tree

christmas craft -- Magazine christmas tree

The Magazine Christmas Tree is fun to make and I think it looks fantastic.  It’s also a great way to use old magazines. The Magazine Christmas tree makes for wonderul Christmas craft for older children, Christmas table decorations and a gift for teachers and friends. You can also make a mini version to use as a Christmas tree decoration.

How to make a Magazine Christmas Tree

christmas craft -- magazine christmas tree

Note: For best results, use a magazine the size of The Australian Women’s Weekly.



Spray Paint (spray paint works best but you can use regular acrylic paint too)

Glue and Pom Pom (or star for the top)

Magazine Christmas Tree Instructions

1. Take top right hand corner.

2. Fold Corner into the middle of the magazine.

3.  Crease.

4. Take bottom right hand corner and fold up so that the edge line up.

5. Crease.

6. Fold in half into the middle of the magazine.

7. Repeat with all pages until finished.

8. Paint and add a pom pom to the top.

{How cute does this look on the Christmas table}

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Magazine Christmas Tree

Magazine Christmas Tree

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