Cedar Branch Christmas Tree Craft for kids

I am in love with this Cedar Branch Christmas Tree craft! It’s can be an amazing Christmas cards to be gifted to your loved ones! Super simple yet so creative. This Cedar branch Christmas tree project is so refreshing to mind and soul! 

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Cedar Branch Christmas Tree Craft

It’s so exciting to make this adorable Christmas tree craft using Cedar Branch. Cedar is an evergreen pant so it’s easily available to make this craft even in winters. It can be laminated and made a beautiful Christmas card to be preserved for life! You can alternatively frame it as a Christmas decor!

Materials Required:

  • Hot glue 
  • cedar branch
  • cardstock paper
  • markers
  • decorative

Go on a nature hunt and find a nice fresh cedar branch. Using a hot glue paste it onto the cardstock paper. Once nice and snug, start decorating it! I made Christmas lights, bulbs etc to make it look fancy. Once done you can laminate it, to gift it to your loved ones or even frame this cedar branch craft to decorate for Christmas!

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