During the holidays, we decorate the Christmas tree. However, how about decorating with a Christmas tree? Here are some creative DIY card ideas.
Christmas Trees are a great DIY craft for the holiday season. They use very minimal or basic craft supplies that you might already have on hand. I’ve got some great ideas on how to incorporate them into your handmade greeting cards.
Here are 8 DIY Christmas Tree Cards That Kids Can Make
You can watch the tutorial below or over on YouTube. Supplies are listed below.
Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree
I needed three popsicle sticks. I broke 1/2 off of 1 of the popsicle sticks. With the remaining 2/3 piece and the other two pieces, I cerated a triangle for my tree. Using a hot glue gun, I attached the piece together. Using the remaining 1/3 I broke off earlier, I used that my by Christmas Tree stump. I hot glued some buttons along the sides and then hot glued the entire tree to my card.
Gems and Fringe Christmas Tree
I traced out my Christmas tree and cut into into thirds along each branch. With each branch, I cut a little fringe. Then I adhered all the pieces to my card. I then glued some gems as my ornaments.
Pom Pom Christmas Tree
I traced out my Christmas tree. Then using some glue, I attached little felt pom poms as my ornaments.
Pipe Cleaner Christmas Tree
Using some glittery pipe cleaners, I shaped them into the shape of a Christmas Tree. Then I hot glued it to my card.
Stickers and Washi Tape Christmas Tree
I used washi tape to form the branches and tree stump of a Christmas tree onto my card. Then I used other stickers to represent the ornaments.
Paper Scraps Christmas Tree
I cut my paper scraps into long rectangles of varying lengths. I them glued them to my card to form a tree shape. This could also work great as a birthday cake card as well.
3D Christmas Tree
I cut out three triangles that were the exact shape and size. Using my glitter markers, I added some fun decorations to the trees. Then I adhered them back to back to form a 3D Christmas tree.
Fringe Window Christmas Tree
I traced out a triangle on the front of my card. Then I cut out the triangle to leave a window. I cut out some fringe and attached that on the inside on my card up against the window to make a Christmas tree.