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Fur-tree made of paper

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Beautiful Christmas tree made of paper is very simple and fast! We need only take a sheet of colored paper and scissors. such a Christmas tree made of paper will be a beautiful crafts for holidays.

The herringbone made by own hands can decorate also self-made ornaments from small cones, nuts, beads, bows, tinsel of contrasting color. Buy small toy bells and fasten them on the Christmas tree with glue. To a herringbone was higher, make a stand for it, for example, from a small flower pot: glue a circle of cardboard to it and already there fix the tree.

Christmas tree of paper

Fur-tree made of paper

So, for the assembly you will need:

  • green paper;
  • ruler;
  • compass;
  • glue;
  • scissors;
  • a pencil or a tube for juices, cocktails.

Step 1.

Use the compass to draw a few circles on the paper. Each new circle do less than the previous one for 1-2 cm. Choose the number and size of circles yourself, depending on the size of the herringbone as a result of going to see. The cut circles are the tiers of our future Christmas tree.

Step 2.

Fold each circle in half once, a second time and a third time: each circle should be folded three times in half. To make the fold lines clear - swipe the edges with scissors.

Step 3.

Straighten the circles and cut in the center of each hole, which should coincide with the diameter of the pencil or tube - it all depends on what you will use.

Step 4.

Cover the pencil or tube with green or brown paper.

Step 5.

Now is the time to collect the Christmas tree. All tiers accurately string on the base - a pencil or a tube.

Step 6.

The top of the Christmas tree decorate with a beautiful bead or star. Decorate the tree can also be sequined and pieces of foil from chocolate.

Three-dimensional fur-tree from a paper

Fur-tree made of paper

So, for the assembly you will need:

  • green paper;
  • scissors;
  • pencil;
  • glue;
  • compass;
  • ruler;
  • needle;
  • wire.

Step 1.

On green paper, draw a circle of sufficient size on the green paper - this will be the lower tier of your future Christmas tree. Next draw another lap inside the first circle, a little more than half the radius from the contour of the first circle. Using the ruler, divide the circle into 12 sectors.

Step 2.

Make an incision along the lines, the depth to the inner (second) circle.

Step 3.

Fold the sector into the cone, which you need to fix with glue.

Step 4.

Similarly, prepare the remaining tiers, gradually reducing their size.

Step 5.

In the center of each workpiece, use a needle to make a hole.

Step 6.

Bottom the wire coil.

Step 7.

All the tiers of the Christmas tree need to be assembled on a base - wire. To fix a Christmas tree from above it is possible a cone made of the same paper.

Paper Christmas tree

Fur-tree made of paper

So, for the assembly you will need:

  • green paper strips 5 mm wide;
  • four strips of 1 cm;
  • red and yellow stripes 3-5 mm wide;
  • toothpicks;
  • adhesive (instant and PVA).

Step 1.

Use pre-prepared green strips in lengths of 30, 20, 15 and 10 cm. Twist them with a toothpick, then remove and allow the strips to slightly blossom. The end of each strip is fixed with PVA glue and give all spiral forms a drop shape, grasping and slightly pulling one of the ends of the spiral upward.

Step 2.

Tightly wind the wide green stripes on the toothpick and glue the tip to them, not allowing it to dissolve. This is the trunk of your Christmas tree.

Step 3.

For the top of the tree, make a drop of a green strip 30 cm long.

Step 4.

Start to collect herringbone, fixing its elements with instant glue. Glue the trunk parts and allow the glue to dry.

Step 5.

Insert a toothpick into the trunk and glue the droplets-twigs. Glue start with the smallest twigs that attach to the top of the tree.

Step 6.

Make toys of yellow and pink stripes, twisting the paper without the aid of a toothpick. You can fix the ends of the strips until the paper has unwound, and you can make the toys a little freer and give them the shape of small droplets. Glue the balls to the branches you like.

Step 7.

Glue a drop and on its very top - do not forget about it! - fasten the decoration.

Step 8.

If you want, you can make a stand for the Christmas tree. To do this, make nine curls of white paper strips. Firmly glue the curls together and fix the tree on the snowy white stand with glue. For full naturalness, the stand can be decorated with cotton.

Christmas tree for the new year from cardboard

Fur-tree made of paper

So, for the assembly you will need:

  • colored cardboard;
  • glue;
  • scissors;
  • hole puncher;
  • A small stick with a diameter equal to approximately the diameter of the holes that are obtained from the punch;
  • ornaments.

Step 1.

Take the cardboard in a rectangular shape, fold it several times (as shown in the picture) and in the center with a punch hole make holes.

Step 2.

Then take the cardboard and cut it out "at an angle" so that the artwork eventually becomes like a Christmas tree.

Step 3.

Pull the stick into the hole. If it does not hold firmly, then fix it in place of contact with cardboard glue.

Step 4.

Decorate the Christmas tree. Ornaments can also be fixed with glue.

Christmas tree from the magazine

Fur-tree made of paper

Material for such crafts will serve as one large magazine or several small magazines. If the magazine has a hard cover, then it is desirable to remove it.

Step 1.

Start from the upper right corner, bend the page at an angle of 45 degrees.

Step 2.

Bend the sheet diagonally and again in half.

Step 3.

The angle, which comes out from the bottom beyond the boundaries of the magazine, tuck up.

Step 4.

With the rest of the pages, do the same procedures and in the end you will get an unusual Christmas tree.

New Year tree from sweets

Fur-tree made of paper

Please note, that the color of the wrapper of sweets does not match the color of the Christmas tree decor. If you decide to use the rain, then pick it with a short "pile" to make the sweets visible.

So, for the assembly you will need:

  • 500-600 grams of chocolates in a bright wrapper;
  • dense cardboard;
  • adhesive, scissors and double-sided scotch tape;
  • Christmas decor: rain, a small star for the crown.

Step 1.

From the cardboard, make a cone, cut out the semicircle and wrap it. Glue the edges with super glue, which will securely fasten and quickly grasp.

Step 2.

The bottom of the cone is cut into strips, curl inwards and from above, glue a circle that will help to make the base as stable as possible.

Step 3.

If you prepare a Christmas tree as a gift to a child, then inside the cone you can hide a small typewriter or a soft toy. You just need to think about the opening for the herringbone.

Step 3.

Cover the cone with a double-sided tape, remove both protection films. Next, glue a row of sweets from below. Candy to tape should be very carefully pressed, otherwise they will quickly fall off.

That is why candy is desirable to choose light weight. If you decide to use heavy chocolate candy, then glue them to the Christmas tree immediately on the glue.

Step 4.

Make the top of the Christmas tree of sweets with a light starlet made of wood or polystyrene, then disguise the vertex with serpentine or tinsel. Your sweet Christmas tree is ready!

Fir-tree of tinsel with own hands

Fur-tree made of paper

So, for the assembly you will need:

  • tinsel 2 m;
  • sheet of Whatman;
  • PVA glue;
  • glue "Moment"
  • scissors;
  • pencil;
  • needle with thread;
  • brush for glue.

Step 1.

On the paper of the paper, draw a circle with a radius of 25 cm. To smoothly draw such a large circle, make the following device. At the end of the thread with a needle tie a pencil, stick a needle in the middle of a sheet of paper, stretch the thread and draw a pencil circle, the required diameter.

Step 2.

To create a cone-base of a Christmas tree, you need only half of this circle, so the circle is cut in half.

Step 3.

Connect the edges of the halves overlap and fix them with glue - for this purpose it is better to use the glue "Moment". The base of the Christmas tree is ready.

Step 4.

To glue the tinsel to the base, apply glue PVA over the cone and gently glue the tinsel in a circle. Tinsel is well attached to PVA. So cover the entire cone and allow the glue to dry. Herringbone of tinsel ready!

Origami paper - Christmas tree

Fur-tree made of paper

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Option 3.

In this popular technique, you can perform any figures, including New Year trees. As is done in the origami technique of a tree made of paper, the video will show better than any words. We offer two options.

Origami paper - Christmas tree

Fur-tree made of paper

This Christmas tree will require a color printer, paper, scissors with glue, hands and a few minutes of free time. We print the Christmas tree template from paper, cut it out, fold it, glue it together.