Your kids will love this festive torn paper Christmas tree craft. It’s easy to make and perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and older kids. The little ones will be able to work on their fine motor skills while celebrating Christmas. This is a great project for home or school. You can turn this craft into a nice Christmas card for a family member or friend. Scroll down to get all the details!
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Supplies for Torn Paper Christmas Tree
- Pom poms
- Cardstock or construction paper (green for tree, brown for trunk and any color for background)
- Clear tacky glue
- Glue stick
- Christmas tree template
- Foam star sticker
- First, download and print the Christmas tree template on any color cardstock.
- Next, use scissors cut a tree trunk out of brown paper then glue it at the bottom of the Christmas tree.
- Use scissors to cut strips of green paper. Make sure little children are using safety scissors.
- Let your kids tear the strips of green paper into small pieces. Then use a glue stick to attach the green pieces of paper to the Christmas tree template.
- Add a glitter foam star sticker to the top of the tree.
- Finally, it’s time to decorate your tree. Use clear tacky glue to attach the tinsel pom poms on the Christmas tree.
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