Christmas Tree Crafts from Sticks

Christmas Tree Crafts from Sticks

Oh how super pretty and fun is this wonderful Christmas Tree Craft?

Stick Christmas Tree

And you know how we like to plan the process of the craft to get the very best out of the whole ‘crafting event’? Well – this Christmas tree craft is one such activity!

So get gathering – make it into an adventure – an autumn/fall walk in the woods – hunting for the perfect stick or twig – looking for all different lengths and bundle them all together for a team effort!

 

Then – now here’s the math – you can sit down and sort your stick and twigs into the right lengths – and start planning – such a fabulous idea right? Great for a school project or if you Home Ed – what a lovely thing to do together to get out in that fresh air – We’d love to see your Christmas stick trees – do tag us on instagram @FunCraftsKids for a chance to be featured.

Oh how super pretty and fun is this wonderful Christmas Tree Craft?

Makes you want to burst out into “Oh Christmas Tree” song, does it not? A great way to use up all those sticks the kids like to drag home. I have seen similar versions made from driftwood too, which look gorgeous.

Visit Uberall & Nirgendwo for full instructions!

And maybe add one or two of your own homemade Christmas Ornaments!

 

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There are 8 comments for this article
  1. Mumof2.com at 6:20 pm

    I love this idea Maggie and have sent it over to our school as they do an annual Decorations Day in the run up to Christmas.

  2. Carrie T. at 9:00 pm

    I’m pretty sure I can do it without the directions, but I wanted to look at them. When I clicked on the link, it went to a site that is all in German. Are there English directions that I didn’t see?

    Thanks!

    • Maggy Woodley Author at 6:44 am

      Hi Carrie, we feature sites from all over the world, so yes, often you will land on a “foreign language site”. In this case a German speaking on. Most foreign language sites have a Google Translate button on the top right hand corner, hope that that is sufficient to help you along!
      Maggy

    • leana at 11:56 pm

      Carrie T. when I clicked on the picture, brought it up, then at top says translate, clicked it and changed to english…..hope you find it cause looks neat to make…..

  3. Lara at 3:54 pm

    This is so cute, and so simple to make, I see a present for the grandparents, and maybe me as well.

  4. Tanya at 6:27 pm

    There is a translator on the right hand side of the page and it’s so worth clicking on it just to laugh at the translation. LOL Phrases like “Collect sticks purely in the slippers and get out in the woods” and “it was like a giant child’s birthday on drugs,”. HA But the pictures really show you about all you need to know to make this. I can’t wait! 🙂

  5. Michelle at 11:42 pm

    I started making the tree but any suggestions on how to tie the knots so I can adjust sides accordingly.