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Christmas tree has been an indispensable part of Christmas celebrations. Read more to find some easy Christmas tree crafts for your kids.

Christmas Tree Crafts

"The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree is the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other," said Burton Hills. Ever since men saw those beautiful evergreen trees shining in the moonlit sky against the perfect setting of white, the Christmas tree has been a part of Christmas celebrations. Hanging gilded apples and walnuts, hundreds of red and blue tapers on your Christmas tree and at that very top fastening a glittering star. Christmas without a Christmas tree is simply unimaginable! Christmas is the most special time of the year for kids. For them, one of the most attractive Christmas décor is the magical looking Christmas tree. This festive season is the perfect time to engage kids in some easy Christmas crafts. What can be better than Christmas tree crafts? Miniature Christmas trees are not only a fun addition to your home décor, they also sparkle the spirit of Christmas in kids. Below given are some of the simple and interesting Christmas tree crafts.

Easy Christmas Tree Crafts

Pine Cone Christmas Tree

What You Need
  • A large Pine cone
  • Cotton Balls
  • Glue and Glitter
  • Small beads
  • A Star to top off the tree
How To Make
  • Glue the cotton balls at the bottom of the tree to make it stand upright.
  • Put little drops of glue on the tips of the pine cone and sprinkle glitter.
  • String the beads onto dental floss and then wrap them around the cone.
  • Decorate your tree with a star at the top.
Button Covered Christmas Tree

What You Need
  • Styrofoam Cone
  • Stash of buttons
  • Tissue paper
  • Craft glue
  • Decorative stones
  • Hot glue
  • Gum glue
How To Make
  • By using craft glue cover the cone with tissue paper. Try to use the tissue paper of the same color as the buttons. This ensures that any gaps left between the buttons won't be visible, when the Christmas tree is complete.
  • Starting from the top of the cone, use the hot glue gun to stick on a layer of buttons. While choosing buttons, try to choose buttons that do not have shanks as they will create an even base.
  • Try sticking the buttons in such a way that they touch each other. Still, there will be gaps between the buttons, which will eventually be covered. Try to avoid using the decorative buttons on this layer.
  • Once the first layer is in place, it's time to add on the next layer.  For this, buttons with shanks are perfect as shanks can fit into spaces between buttons on the bottom layer.
  • Make sure that all gaps in the first layer are covered.
  • Cut a piece of felt to serve as the base of your Christmas tree. Use hot glue to put it in place.
  • Add decorative stones, ornaments to your button Christmas tree.
Ice Cream Cone Christmas Tree Craft

What You Need
  • Sugar cone
  • Paper plate
  • Green frosting
  • Cake decorating toppings or sprinkles
  • Candies
How To Make
  • Turn the cone upside down on a paper plate
  • Cover the cone with green frosting to make it resemble a Christmas tree.
  • Use candies, toppings, sprinkles as Christmas tree ornaments.