Hey Lovelies! The next day of Christmas. And what is Christmas without a tree, well we really need to make one. Even though this one is not typical, I hope you’ll still like it! It’s a snowy one, almost looking like a cotton candy tree, don’t eat it though! I love how it turned out and I hope yours will turn out amazing as well.
For this DIY you’ll need:
♥ This Template. (This download gives you all templates for blogmas 2021)
♥ Paper, about 200gr/m2.
♥ Snow Blanket or Sheet Stuffing.
♥ Light Blue Acrylic Paint.
♥ (Hot) Glue.
DIY Christmas Tree
Print out this template and cut all parts out of the Christmas Tree.
Trace part A on some thicker paper, like 200gr/m2 and make a cone of it, glue neatly together.
Trace the other parts, B, C and D on to the snow blanket and cut all those parts out. Round of the edge with the waves, with a pair of scissors, to make it look prettier. Try all parts on the cone, matching the lines and see if they fit. If they do, go to the next step.
With a sponge I made the edge with the waves, light blue. Just dab it on carefully, leave a part white with a gradient to a light blue edge. You could skip this step as well if you think a white tree is better.
Now it’s time to glue parts B, C and D to the cone (part A). I used hot glue for this to make this go faster. Start with gluing on the bottom layer, Part B use the lines drawn on the cone as guide. Do the same for part C. For Part D, you kinda do the same, but since there is no line to guide you, place the top part about 1cm past the top of the cone and continue to glue it on.
That’s it! The Christmas tree is done. Glue it on top of the snowball, but before you do so, attach a long piece of thread to the snowball and pull it through the tree as well.
If you decided to join this lovely project, or just some parts of it, show me on Twitter or Instagram what you are working on! I’d love to see!
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Have a wonderful day!
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