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Paper Plate Christmas Tree

By: Tanner Bell for

You are going to fall in love with how cute this Paper Plate Christmas Tree craft is. Not only is this craft video going to show you how easy it is to make this paper plate craft, but it is so much fun to watch your kids get creative with decorating. Have your kids make these mini Christmas trees, so they each can have their own tree in their room to decorate and love. This is such an easy, budget friendly craft that can keep your kids having fun and decorating for the holidays!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialRecycled Materials


Materials List

  • Paper Plates
  • Green Acrylic Paint
  • All Purpose Glue
  • Small Multi Colored Pom Poms
  • Gold Glitter
  • Garland
  • Decoupage
  • Paintbrushes
  • Scissors

Paper Plate Christmas Tree

Christmas Decoration Craft Instructions

  1. Cut a triangle out of the paper plates like a slice of pizza, roll them into a cone and glue the seams. Allow to dry.

  2. Paint all the trees with a few layers of the green paint and once dry glue a pom pom onto the top of each tree as the star. 

  3. Once completely dry glue pom poms around one tree any way you like.

  4. Wrap and glue holiday garland onto another one.

  5. For the third, decoupage and add glitter to it! Let your kids get super creative with this project.

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This project looks adorable and would be perfect for my kids to try! I think this is just too cute.

That's what I should do with the grandkids this year. They're both old enough to be able to make their own now and they'll have fun decorating them. I have some large sequins and we can cut shapes from magazine covers, too. I don't have any pompoms and probably won't remember to get any, so we can make do!


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