Tape Resist Christmas Tree Craft for kids

Tape resist art is one of the easiest and most fun crafts for kids. For every season I make sure to do a tape resist craft and this tape resist Christmas tree craft is the latest addition for the festive season! These Christmas tree craft is easy to make using washi tape and paint. You can use this for a beautiful handmade Christmas cards or frame them to display. 

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Tape Resist Christmas Tree Craft

Teaching your students about space, resistance, and design elements in art? Our tape resist Christmas tree art makes a wonderful Christmas tree craft for kids this holiday season! All you need to get started is tape (Washi tape works best due to its removable qualities), paint, and canvas or paper.

Using tape, create an empty evergreen tree-like design. This represents the trunk and branches of the tree. Paint over the tape making the needles (leaves) of the evergreen tree next. Once your students have completed their evergreen design, add the final touches like glitter and a star at the top of the tree. The last step is to remove the tape. This gives your tree a space design element and shows your students how resist art works. 

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