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  • Lisa Wall-Darling

    DIY holiday crafts: Christmas Tree craft

  • Janice Allen

    Christmas crafts for kids Paper Circle Christmas tree craft

  • Sandra Consilio

    Paper Christmas Trees Craft Using different-size circle punches, have the kids punch circles from different shades of green cardstock or scrapbook paper. Using a standard hole punch, have them make the "ornaments" from various bright colors of paper. Use glue stick to glue green circles together in a triangular shape (to resemble a Christmas tree). Glue small colored dots all over green circles as ornaments. boy scouts christmas cards?

  • Tanya Markgraf

    Kids Christmas Tree Craft- cute idea for before winter break.

  • Bobette

    DIY Christmas Ornaments Holiday Crafts - Paper Christmas Tree

  • Emma Fitton

    Fun kids craft: Paper Christmas Trees w/ clothes pins used for trunks

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