Felt Christmas Trees are a great craft for even the littles. If you don’t have the felt at home, you can fudge and just use a piece of green construction paper.
If you are interested in using the felt, I purchased 9 x 11” sheets of the stiffened green felt at Michael’s. One side is a regular green and the other side is a beautiful green glitter. My kiddos loved the glittery side and if you can find a place to purchase them, they are worth the smiles.
Items You’ll Need:
– 9 x 11” piece of green stiffened felt
– various sizes of pom poms – the glittery ones are extra fun
– white glue
– paper plate for dipping pom poms
– card stock
How to Make Felt Christmas Trees
First, cut a Christmas Tree shape out of your stiffened felt. It doesn’t have to be perfect (as you can see – mine aren’t!).
Then glue the piece of felt to the cardstock for extra durability.
Next, pour a few tablespoons of white glue onto a paper plate.
Now dip each pom pom into the glue and decorate your Christmas Tree!
Be creative! Use any design, any colors, and any style you can dream up.
Be sure to visit the other bloggers participating in 5 Days of Christmas. There have so many great Christmas-y ideas!
A Slob Comes Clean – Getting Your Home Company Ready
Feels Like Home – Christmas Traditions
Somewhat Crunchy – Christmas with Dairy Allergies
Spell Outloud – Children’s Books
Many Little Blessings – Edible Gifts
Sunflower Schoolhouse – Decorations
An Oregon Cottage – Christmas Cookies
Catholic Icing – Wishing Jesus Happy Birthday
The Traveling Praters – Traveling
The Homeschool Classroom – Gifts Kids Can Make
Mama’s Laundry Talk – Laundry Gifts
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