Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Simple Christmas Kid's Craft

Simple Christmas {day 10}

I'm doubling up on posts today because we're busy getting ready for Randal's parents to come for a visit (we are SO excited to see them and show them around the island!) and I want to get a few things crossed off my list before they arrive. Hope you enjoy making this cute and SUPER easy holiday craft with your kiddos.

TP Christmas Trees

All you need to create your own TP Christmas trees are:

-some toilet paper rolls
-green and yellow construction paper
-glue, stapler, gluedots or tape
-markers, glitter, sequins, pom poms...whatever you
 want  to decorate your trees with

To put your Christmas trees together:

-Cut your toilet paper roll for the trunk to the size you'd want
-you can cover your toilet paper roll with brown construction paper if you want, we chose to leave ours as is
-form a cone out of green construction paper for the tree and using a couple of gluedots attach to the toilet paper roll
-decorate your tree with your markers, pompoms, glittler, sequins, etc.
-place a star on the top of your tree and that's it

Super easy, and all of my kids (ages 8, 6 and 3) had a lot of fun making these!


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Rebecca is a mom of four. She enjoys crafting with her kiddos, taking photos, and afternoon naps. Rebecca is a professional photographer and author. Connect with Rebecca on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+. Sign up via email for the latest updates from Simple As That.


  1. That's such a sweet craft idea! I love it. I'm always looking for kid-friendly activities to do with my girls. Thanks!

  2. what a precious idea! love it! thanks!

  3. Cute cute! Do you find it weird without snow for christmas? I bet it's nice to have warmer weather, though. Merry Christmas!

  4. Love it! I had to make these with my daughter. Thanks for the idea.

  5. This is the first time I have come to your site and I love it!!! It is so pretty. If you are ever interested in guest blogging for me, I would love to have you! Maybe share some photography tips or something? Email me if you are interested! I love it here! Thanks for linking so I could find you-

  6. how did you make the cones? I am having a really hard time with this. They are either coming out way too small or not looking right. Totally frustrated.

  7. Hi Rachel,

    We traced a plate, cut out the circle and cut a slit in it to the center of the circle then formed the cone. These instructions might be helpful...


  8. Rebecca that helped so much. THANK YOU!!


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