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Tissue Paper Christmas Tree

Have fun making this easy Tissue Paper Christmas Tree to decorate the Bulletin Board or the refrigerator. It also makes a pretty package or gift bag decoration.


White cardstock or heavyweight paper

Tacky glue

Green Tissue Paper

Brown Tissue Paper

Yellow Tissue Paper (optional)

Small Pom Poms, sequins, beads or whatever trim you want

Paper Plate




Click on Printables and print out the pattern on cardstock or heavyweight paper. Cut out the tree.

Put tree on newspaper and tacky glue on paper plate.

Cut tissue paper into pieces  approximately 1 1/2" to 2" square. 

Crumple individual pieces of paper and dip into glue. Affix to the pattern. I find it is easier to do the garland first if you are going to do that kind of trim. Then fill the green crumples in around it.

Glue decorations to trim your tree.

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  1. Wislantra says:

    Sooooo good.

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