16.12.16

Giant Paper Christmas Tree

Giant Christmas Tree
       Hi friends I have been playing truant from blogland and do forgive me! My daughter who is in 5th grade  was asked by her class teacher to bring a paper christmas tree to decorate the bulletin board in her class!
Origami Christmas Tree
       We tried drawing a giant tree off hand but it wasn't so easy and after several unsuccessful attempts, we decided to make an Origami tree...a giant version of the ones I have shared here in this Paper Tree Tutorial 
DIY Christmas Tree
 We used large squares of chart paper to make our Giant Christmas tree . In fact making a giant tree was easier than the smaller version!! My kiddo  decorated it with die cut glitter foam ornaments, snowflakes and deers. And added quite a few glitter foam stars too. The tiny balls are thermocol balls and the lacy border was made using doilies!
DIY Christmas Crafts
My daughter literally spent a whole evening making her tree and she was soooo proud of it! It was a big big hit in her class and I even got a card from her class thanking me for helping them decorate their class!
Supplies : Dies :  Spellbinders 2012 Snowflake Pendant , Spellbinders 2012 Holiday tree ,Sizzix Stars Framelits ,Sizzix Card front Winter
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Edited : This project was featured by Di at her Pixie's Snippets Playground

34 comments:

  1. I was thinking that you must be very busy with your work or must have gone for holidays as your blog has been quiet for long ! Very nice idea to create a origami Christmas tree and loved how Prisha has decorated it :)

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    1. Pooja not been crafting much and the weather is also so crazy cant take decent photographs. Also was not in the mood to blog!! And hehe you guessed right we are going on a holiday too. Will catch up with you soon

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  2. That's amazing! I can see why the class loved your decorations! It's pretty and huge! Your daughter is a cutie and I can see her following in your awesome footsteps - both creativity and smarts! Happy Holidays!

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    1. Thank you so much Gail.I also sent along some of the paper stars I had shared in my earlier posts and some glitter foam snowflakes. They were a huge hit!

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  3. That's too good!! Like you said, her smile shows how much she enjoyed doing it :)

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  4. Like the origami Christmas Tree. Your daughter is quite the crafter with the embellishments. Merry Christmas!
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  5. Fantastic Sonia..the first photos you just didn't realise how big the tree is..and then your daughter appears holding it and WOW!!..brilliant project.

    luv CHRISSYxx

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  6. This is really great! I am doing a creativity workshop tomorrow and might just steal this idea. With your kind permission of course!

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  7. Oh my goodness, this is spectacular!! Wow!! That is the most gorgeous paper tree I've seen!! What a sweet picture of Prisha!! She decorated the tree perfectly!! I bet it looks amazing in her classroom!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  8. This is awesome, Sonia!! It's really huge! I love the embellishments you have used! So pretty!

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  9. Wow!!! Your daughter's giant tree is breathtaking!! Such amazing work!!! Great decoration for her class!!

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  10. wow! this is amazing!

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  11. OMG...Really is stunning...great project..

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  12. Wow!!! That is one stunner of a Christmas tree. It is so perfectly made. I love the white lace border addition. Well-done Prisha and Sonia.

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  13. Your tree looks fabulous! It sure must have been a mammoth task to create one on such a huge scale, but the end result is totally worth it. Prisha looks so cute with her decorated tree :)

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  14. Absolutely fabulous tree! Lovely photo of your sweet daughter too :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  15. This large origami Christmas tree looks great.
    Lovely decorated by your daughter !

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  16. Wow wow wow!! This is just AMAZING! I am IN LOVE with it!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  17. Adorable tree with the cute ornaments and very handsome son. Merry Christmas and always enjoy your crafts and cards. Happy Holidays!!!

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  18. Wow! this huge paper tree ?looks amazing indeed .Your daughter's class teacher is very lucky to get handmade stuff from you, Dr.Wishing you and your family a very happy and prosperous New year Enjoy your time with your family .

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  19. What a fantastic tree and yes your daughter has done an amazing job decorating the tree. Hoping to catch up on more of your posts soon.

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  20. Gorgeous christmas tree Prisha..have a merry Christmas..loz

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  21. Wow...tree looks so beautiful... origami tree is nice idea...good job Prisha..

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  22. I love this Christmas tree- you are so clever with your creative ideas! I bet the teachers all want your daughter in their class...! It is fun to see her over time growing in your posts- pretty soon she will be wanting her own crafting blog : ) Hope you have a fab Holiday Season!

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  23. HUGE tree, beautifully dressed for Christmas. LOVE it.
    Faith
    x

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  24. It's fantastic and much better than just a flat tree. The fold make it interesting and she did an amazing job decorating. Hugs!

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  25. wow this is amazing ! love the enthusiasm you both have for crafting :)

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  26. Tree looks beauuuutiful! Great work by prisha.

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  27. Wonderful paper tree. She did a great job.

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  28. Wow..That is so big...Great job by Prisha..She has grown tall..Love the use of doilies Sonia Ma'm..
    Love
    Richa

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  29. I have missed seeing your projects! Your daughter is growing up so fast! Hoping to catch up in 2017! Carri~Abusybee
    Skittles!

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  30. Sonia, I love your creativity. They are so original and has such a beautiful finish. I visit your blog very often.

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