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How To Make A Paper Christmas Tree?

By: Alexsandr Kohany from
How To Make A Paper Christmas Tree
How To Make A Paper Christmas Tree

"How to make a Christmas tree with your own hands? Many parents and children think about this before the holiday. Everyone wants their craft to look great, but at the same time it doesn't take a lot of time to make. You and your child will love how easy it is to make your own Christmas tree out of paper and how adorable it can look. A Christmas tree made of colored paper will perfectly decorate the house. And such a wonderful gift will be a pleasant surprise, especially if it is made with children. Anyone can make such a forest beauty. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel 3VK YT. "

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


Materials List

  • sheet of colored paper
  • scissors


  1. Take a sheet of paper measuring 21 by 29 cm.

  2. Make a square from a rectangular sheet. From the corner, fold the sheet diagonally.

  3. Cut off the part that turned out to be superfluous.

  4. Fold the paper square along one diagonal and then along the other.

  5. Get the result as shown in the photo.

  6. Expand the paper blank 90 degrees. And make folds to opposite sides of the workpiece, as shown in the photo. Get fold lines.

  7. Fold the upper left side towards the center (as shown in the photo).

  8. Repeat the previous point with the other side.

  9. The basic base of a paper Christmas tree is ready.

  10. Bend the left side inward.

  11. Bend the right side inward.

  12. Turn the workpiece over. And repeat step 10 -11.

  13. Get the result as shown in the photo.

  14. Turn the workpiece 90 degrees clockwise. Bend the bottom edge of the workpiece towards the center. Next, bend the bottom edge of the workpiece in the opposite direction. Do the same with the other parties.

  15. Then bend one side and gently bend inward. Also do with the other three sides and get such a three-dimensional figure.

  16. Get such a shape as shown in the photo.

  17. Bend the bottom side of the resulting figure inward.

  18. Repeat step 17 with the rest of the sides of the figure, as shown in the photo.

  19. Make cuts on both sides of the figure, not reaching the center line.

  20. Begin to bend the corners of the workpiece downward, starting from the uppermost tier. You need to bend the corners on all eight sides of the workpiece.

  21. The Christmas tree made of paper is ready !!!

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