DIY PAPER CHRISTMAS TREE {with printable shapes }

Hey There!
Are you ready to see another EASY DIY Christmas project?
I can’t stop creating these mini projects…seriously.
Today I am sharing a tutorial of how to make this little mini paper Christmas tree with  ONLY few things that  probably have handy at home.
 I also provide you with the shapes, so you can go ahead and and start this mini project right off.
I love decorating for Christmas but I am not liking spending my money – familiar?
I am sure you are the same way..let me show you how to decorate on the budget!

Things you will need:
-card stock {color of your choice }
-scissors or cutting tool
-hot glue gun
- cone shape foam or paper cone
-fake snow
-faux berry branches
I used my foam cone shape { that I happened to have at home }for my first tree and made another cone shape out of cardstock.
Started gluing my already cut shapes { downloadable below } on. You want to make sure you cover half of the previous layer so it will be nice with lots of layers.
 I had my little DIY-er helping with me this project.

Love them around while projecting.
  I took a piece of faux red berry branch and cut off each little piece.

Stick in each little pieces under the leaves.
Sprayed my mini trees with fake snow at let it dry.
All done and so adorable!
Nice, decorative mini Christmas Trees.

What’s your favorite Christmas project to do?
I pretty much LOVE anything that is DIY and on the budget.
Here is the printable 
If you haven’t decorated your tree yet, come and see how to make these colorful 
Or if you just wish to enjoy some Holiday cookies,check out 
Be sure to stop by to see 24 amazing Christmas home tour.12 homes are live and there are another 12 to come live tonight and tomorrow night.
Have a fantastic day!


  1. says

    Hi Aniko! Your paper Christmas trees rings are so adorable – and I learned something new I didn't know they made snow in a can. haha I wanted to let you know that one of my co-hosts picked your trees as a feature on the Link It or Lump It Link Party this week! I hope you'll come on over and grab a button and link up again. – Melissa

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