How to Make Paper Christmas Tree Craft:
1. Cover a TP roll with brown paper to make the trunk of the tree.
Two. Make five cone shapes each a little smaller than the other (Patterns for this craft are available to members.) using green paper.
Three. Cut one-inch slits all the way around the bottom edge of each cone and curl up the edges by winding the edges around a pencil.
Four. Place the largest cone form on top of the TP roll. Then stack the remaining four on top of the largest, placing the smallest on top. Glue them all together.
Five. To finish glue a starlet or pompom to the top of the tree and glue sequins to the branches of the tree.
Secret Message Christmas Craft For Kids
The receiver of this beautiful Christmas tree takes the branches apart to expose a Christmas message.
1. Go after the directions as above, but do not glue the lumps together.
Two. Glue a starlet to the top of the tree and write the person’s name to whom you will give the tree. Write words on the cones where they will be covered up by the cone that is placed on top.
The very first word of your message should be on the next to smallest cone. The last word/words should be on the largest cone.
Ribbon and Bell Cardinal Craft for Kids
How to Make Ribbon and Bell Cardinal Craft:
1. Cut a lump of ribbon 14 inches long and fold it in half. Glue the folded sides together at the folded end. Fold over the folded end of the ribbon to make a triangle form as shown in the picture to the right. Glue the triangle down.
Two. Make a loop at the same end like you are going to make a knot at the end, tucking the folded end into the loop. Also shown in the picture to the right.
Trio. Cut a puny triangle-shaped beak from orange card stock and insert the beak through the back of the head and thrust it all the way through to the crevice in the front as shown in the picture to the left. Press the knot plane and place a little glue inwards to keep it together.
Four. To make the wings cut another lump of ribbon about seven inches long and insert it in the top of the bell, and pull it half way through.
Five. Place the headpiece you already made on top of the bell and wing ribbon. Tie the headpiece to the bell using the wing ribbon with a single knot. Cut the completes of the wings so they are curved as shown in the picture above.
6. Cut the tail feathers in a V-shape. Link a wire to the knot on the bell to dangle up the bird.
7. Use a black Sharpie marker to draw in the eyes and black around the beak.
Reindeer Treat Cup Craft for Kids
How to Make Glowing Nativity Cross:
1. Print out the cross pattern onto bright yellow computer paper and cut it out. If you have a printer that has water soluble ink, print out the pattern onto white computer paper and then use a copy machine to copy the pattern onto yellow paper.
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Two. Place a petite amount of oil (1 teaspoon) into a cup. Use a paint brush to brush the oil over the back of the cross. When you have covered the entire cross with oil use paper towels to soak up any left over oil by pressing the cross pattern inbetween to sheets of paper towels. The oil on the paper will make the paper translucent.
Trio. Gauze the cross on a window. The photos in the cross will seem to glow.
Heart Christmas Tree with Poem Craft for Kids
Hearts of Love Christmas Tree
Written by Carolyn Warvel
I made my tree with three special hearts:
The very first one reminds me of God’s love for me.
He created me just the way he dreamed me to be.
The 2nd one reminds me of when he sent his son.
His wonderful plan for my salvation had just begun.
The third heart reminds me of that eventful day
when Jesus gave his life so my sins can be taken away.
To request permission to copy this material for any other use contact me by e-mail.
What you will need: Computer paper or card stock, Christmas fabric with different designs or green construction paper, brown construction paper or brown material or felt, button, sequins, starlets, pompom nut or other decorative items, and stickers.
How to Make Heart Christmas Tree with Poem:
1. Print out the Poem and Tree Pattern onto blue paper. Print the Heart Patterns onto computer paper. (Patterns available to members.) Cut out the hearts and use them to cut hearts from green construction paper or different patterns of material. Cut the rectangle from brown paper or material. Glue the patterns on to the poem sheet kicking off at the bottom with the tree trunk and then the largest heart. Glue sequins, buttons, or pompoms onto the tree to decorate it. (Problems Printing? )
Two. Glue or stick snowflakes in the sky or use them as a border.
Feather Christmas Tree Craft for Kids
Glittery Pompom Nut sack
Jumbo Craft Stick Glue
Youthful children will love this project because of the soft textures. Bring in a real pine branch and let your children compare the textures. Another version of this tree is available to members only. It has a Christmas prayer at the bottom of the picture that says,
“Lord, make me a light like the one on my tree that shines so bright for all to see.” Written by Carolyn Warvel
(Non-members have permission to use this prayer, (see conditions below), but you must include the author’s name after the poem. This project also comes with a picture of a Christmas tree that children will love coloring and decorating if you don’t want to use feathers.
How to Make Feather Christmas Tree Craft:
1. Glue a jumbo craft stick to the middle of the paper. Color it brown. Place a long row of glue down the middle of the craft stick. Glue the feathers to the craft stick beginning at the bottom of the tree as shown in the picture. Cut the top feathers shorter on each row as you go up. Glue a starlet to the top. Then glue on pompom ballsack.
Two. If you would like the Prayer Printout Sheet with this craft go to “Jesus Lights Up My Life” Sunday School Lesson on The Resource Room.