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How to Make a Pipe Cleaner Christmas Tree

By: Brittnee Longnecker for AllFreeChristmasCrafts.com
How to Make a Pipe Cleaner Christmas Tree
How to Make a Pipe Cleaner Christmas Tree
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Follow these easy 10 steps to learn How to Make a Pipe Cleaner Christmas Tree. If you are looking for easy Christmas crafts for kids, then you will love this tutorial. Your child can follow along with this infographic that shows and explains each step. Pipe cleaner crafts are inexpensive and easy to work with. This pipe cleaner Christmas tree makes a fantastic family project, too. Once you're done with your new mini tree, you can set it up on any table for some unique DIY Christmas decorations.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

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Can you get much more versatile than a pipe cleaner decoration? You can use these things for almost anything. I seen some on candy canes that made antlers and turned the cane into a reindeer. It was just as cute as this idea, but I am partial to table trees not ornaments.

I remember making trees like this when I was a kid. They make a cute temporary decoration. This is a fun project to do with the kids or to incorporate as a craft in the classroom during the holidays. You could use a fine ribbon or embroidery floss as garland.

I made a couple of these last year. Such fun and so easy. I found tiny jingle bells to use to decorate them so when a draft catches the tree, it has a nice sound to it, too.

This is simply fantastic. It's so easy to follow, like having something showing you in person. I love it and I know the grand kids will too. It's easy, fun and very inexpensive. I can get pipe cleaners at the dollar store. What a bargain. Thank you for sharing this great project.

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