The month of December is near and with December the only things comes in my mind is Christmas and with Christmas, the first thing we relate is the Christmas tree. Why should not try to make a Christmas tree at home this time even if you have the real Christmas tree at home
You Can Still Try It To Make Christmas More Special
All you need is – rectangular cardboard of 20”x40”, sharp cutter, green poster color, and marker.
Mark Measurements On Cardboard
Take the cardboard and mark its centre which will be 10” now with that centre as a reference draw a straight line towards downwards diving the cardboard into two parts. With the top center point as reference draw a slant line to the bottom right corner of cardboard. Repeat the same procedure with the bottom left corner too.
Draw The Christmas Tree
With these slant lines draw some Christmas tree leaves on the outer side of the line. Cut the remaining outer portion of the cardboard.
Make Another Christmas Tree Pattern
Take another cardboard of the same size and keeping the previous cardboard on it trace the design and cut it too. Repeat the same procedure with other cardboard pieces until you get 4 pieces or you can go for maximum of 6 pieces.
Paint The Cardboards Green
Paint each cardboard with green color making some designs of leaves in between do not just only paint it.
Make A Groove At Bottom
Take 3 cardboard if you are making tree of 4 cardboards and make a groove on the lower side of the cardboard reaching till its top. The groove should be wide enough at least little more than the thickness of cardboard.
Compile The Patterns Together
Take the cardboard with no groove and keep it erected and insert the other piece of cardboard from its top and repeat the same thing with the remaining two pieces some angle of nearly 30 degree in between each.
Embellish The Christmas Tree
Also making the stem of tree by attaching it with the circular cardboard and, painting it brown if needed a stem.