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Here’s another little Christmas tree to make. And no, it’s not made out of mini pipe cleaners. We’ll be making a (really) tiny Christmas tree with pipe cleaners.
This little tree is so easy to make and is absolutely darling. It would make a lovely table or window decoration or could be used for a doll’s house.
There is some scissor work in this project, so little kids might not be suited to it. There’s a good excuse to stick fingers in glue, so maybe the older kids would enjoy it.
Have a look and see.
- Pipe cleaners
- Craft bowls
- Clear glue
- Tiny sequins
- Wind a green pipe cleaner around a pencil, beginning about half an inch from the point.
- Wind it all the way to the end of the point, which will form the top of the tree.
- Lift it off the pencil.
- Cut off the excess pipe cleaner.
- Put a Q-tip inside the tree; that’s how you’ll hold it to work with it.
- Put some glue into a bowl.
- Put some tiny sequins into another bowl.
- Dip your thumb and forefinger in the glue.
- Wipe the glue all over the tree.
- Holding the Q-tip, turn the tree in the sequins to coat.
- Allow time for the glue to dry.
- Cut a cross shape out of the foam.
- Squeeze some glue into the middle.
- Put the tree on top, and press slightly to stick.