Ho ho ho! Christmas is just around the corner. And it’s the season to create exciting Christmas crafts, don’t you think? Well, if you can’t have your own Christmas tree put up, how about making one with leftover ice cream sticks? Once done, you can put up this Christmas Tree craft on your door, on the walls, in the living room, by the window, or just about anywhere! Are you ready?
Parental Involvement: High
Duration: 20 minutes
Skills Acquired: Fine Motor, Creativity, Culture
- Ice cream sticks
- A pair of scissors
- Pom-pom balls
- Decorative wire
- Paints and paintbrush
- Coloured paper
Instructions for Christmas Tree Craft Activity
- On a vertically placed ice cream stick, place 6 sticks perpendicular to it. With a scale, draw a triangle.
- Cut the ends to make it form a Christmas tree shape.
- Stick the sticks to form a tree and paint it green and brown.
- Decorate it with pom-pom balls, decorative strings and don’t forget to top it with a star!
- Glam is up with glitter pens!
If you want to make the mini tree stand, you can attach a painted wooden clip to the base! Merry Christmas!
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