Reading: Christmas Tree Pop up Card
We do love a calling card that pops and this Christmas calling card tree pop up card does precisely that .
dim-witted mechanism and a fantastic poster ! * this position contains affiliate links *
What I love the most about this card is that you can make it super easy for little kids – merely using one “ level ” for the tree, or make it more complex for older kids and grown ups by making your tree multi – layered as each layer is trickier to fold and needs more fine motor skills .
No matter how many layers you use though, this one is super cunning looking. You can simply stick to paper entirely, or you can decorate it flush further and add glitter or gemstones on the tree to make it look even more gay .
No need to have this one as a card either, it looks fantastic “ opened up ” therefore will make a great visualize for the classroom .
ready to make your Christmas Tree Pop up Card ?
Let ’ s get craft .
How to Make a Christmas Tree Pop up Card
What you need :
- card base
- green paper
- brown paper
- yellow paper
- something to trace around to make circles
Watch the Video Tutorial
Or Follow the Step by Step Instructions
You can either purchase or make your own batting order bases out of construction paper.
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Trace circles on park paper .
For younger kids you will good need one bigger circle while older kids can handle more .
Cut the circles out of paper .
Fold the circles in one-half .
Cut them in half .
now comes the protein folding again .
Fold the half circles in one-half ( cone looking like supreme headquarters allied powers europe ) .
Fold in half again .
And again. Crease every fold, we want them to be a crispen as possible .
Unfold. now comes the “ crafty part ”. particularly when you have smaller circles .
With the half encircle unfolded, look at the congregation in the middle. Make a mountain fold .
With the middle flock being a batch pen up, fold all on the proper and left in a “ zigzag ” manner – mountain fold, valley fold, batch fold, valley .
Cut a minor brown university rectangle and glue it in the circuit board, in the center of the fold, to make the corner torso .
Take the close up half circle, apply glue on the back of the last folds on both sides ( remember the center fold has to be a moutain fold, facing up ) .
Glue on the poster, forming an A shape – middle fold has to be reasonably aligned with the fold on the card .
If you made more circles in more sizes, glue them in the same manner one above the other ( overlapping a bit ) until you get to the desired tree stature.
Cut a star out of yellow paper and stick it on top of the tree .
All done, you have made a fantastic Christmas tree pop up calling card .
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