3D decorations look difficult to make, but with these sites, it will be a "piece of cake" and fun for all. It is nice to have some 3D crafts to decorate and help you get into the spirit of Christmas. They can even be given as gifts to friends and family. Always try to use recyclable material to help Mother Earth!
1. Paper Tree 3D Style
With a bit of construction paper and some colorful stickers, little ones can put together a nice 3D tree. DIY is something that builds confidence. Follow this pattern, and with a little help, toddlers can see the magic of this craft come to life for the holiday season.
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2. 15 steps to the perfect 3D Christmas Tree
Use a tree craft template, a glue stick, and some green construction paper to complete. Add in a few craft gems like sequins, glitter, and buttons. The results will be in a beautiful handmade 3D tree to decorate or give as a gift. To top it off, use recyclable material to make it a "green" tree!
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3. 3D Delicious Edible Christmas Tree
Hope this one makes it until Christmas. You might have to make 2 trees if you have a sweet tooth! This one is so easy using a small Styrofoam tree, some glue, and pre-wrapped sweets of your choice. They look beautiful and are fun to eat!
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4. How can you turn a paper snowflake into a Christmas tree?
We all remember how to make paper cut-out snowflakes. Let's kick it up a notch by using green construction paper and making a lovely illuminated tree. Super simple and easy to do, adults can help out and use a battery-operated candle to make it glow.
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5. Do you drink Coke?
If you love Coca-Cola, don't throw out that bottle. You can revamp it into a funky modern 3D Christmas Tree that will surprise your guests at the party. It has the perfect red and white colors. Easy to make with the help of an adult.
Learn more: Mr. Hacker
6. 3D felt Christmas Trees
Felt is something that we think of as soft and not 3D. In this activity, you can make 3D felt trees that stand alone and look great in the home or office. Great to gift and kid-friendly to make.
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7. Pinecone 3D Tree
This is a fun project, kids can collect pinecones, leaves, and pieces of bark from the woods or a park. Take a Styrofoam cone and a hot glue gun. You can create your own pinecone Xmas tree or nature tree using the material you found. So what are you waiting for, go for your nature walk and start collecting?
Learn more: DIY and Crafts
8. 3D Wine cork Christmas Tree
Wine corks can be easily bought or you can collect them from friends and family. They are easy to work with and glue on quickly to a Styrofoam cone-shaped form. The tree can be painted or just decorated to add a bit of color. This is a great decoration or a nice gift for a wine-lover!
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9. Lovely 3D paper- Christmas Tree
This is such an easy craft to make with kids and you only need a few materials and a bit of time. Kids love watching the step-by-step video. Play Christmas carols while you are working. Great deco to hang in the window.
Learn more: Awesomely Crafty
10. Bottle Cap 3D Christmas Tree
Bottle caps can be found everywhere, and lots of them. Recycle, Reuse and Reduce are the key to a greener planet. Collect plastic bottle caps and follow the step-by-step instructions in making a bright shiny Christmas tree. Use as a tabletop or Christmas deco!
Learn more: Sally Labine
11. Adorable newspaper or music sheet trees -3D
This is an easy craft to make and you just need newspaper strips or printed sheets of music is nice too. Then with a little bit of cutting, folding, and gluing you have a beautiful tree that looks vintage!
Learn more: Twig
12. 3D Candy Cane Tree
This will be such a big hit for all big and small. Candy canes are a sweet treat everyone loves to have at Christmas. Find the cone foam form and a hot glue gun to glue the individually wrapped candies around the tree. String a strand of lights for an added effect.
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13. Pringles can 3D Christmas Tree Advent Calendar
Pringles are delicious. Their mission is: "Make every moment pop with the taste of the unexpected." This is perfect for the 3D Pringles DIY Advent Christmas Tree calendar. Collect 24 cans from friends and family, glue them together in the shape of a tree, mark the cans with numbers 1-24 and hide a special treat inside every empty can.
Learn more: Do It and How
14. Clay or Plasticine 3D Christmas Tree
Kids love playing with sculpting clay or plasticine, and with a great video tutorial they can create this DIY 3D beautiful tree. They will be proud that they were able to make the tree from start to finish without help. Watch and create a nice tree to help you get into the spirit of the holidays.
Learn more: How to Clay
15. Gingerbread 3D Christmas Tree
We all know kids love to try to make sweet sticky gingerbread houses at Christmas and sometimes they survive and other times they "break accidentally" so they are eaten quickly. Here we have a great craft of a 3D Gingerbread or cookie Christmas tree. Fun to make and delicious to eat!
Learn more: Lovely Indeed
16. Colorful 3D Christmas tree cut out
This craft is simple enough that kids can put it together without too much help. For older kids, they can trace the template and make their own. Print, cut, stick, and fold your tree is ready to go.
Learn more: Twinkl
17. 3D Magazine Christmas Tree
Get out your old magazines and make this simple 3D magazine Christmas tree. You only need 2 magazines. For those who think it is difficult, it is as easy as making a paper airplane.
Learn more: Instructables Craft
18. Save your wooden clothes pins, but not for the laundry!
This is not your traditional green Christmas tree but it is a simple one to make, and it is 3D and looks very trendy. DIY non-traditional tree using glue and clothes pins. This one will need some adult supervision in taking apart the clips and using the hot glue gun. Great project for the family.
Learn more: Sunny Lin
19. Marshmallow Trees?
It sounds like heaven, a marshmallow Christmas tree you can eat! If you are planning any parties or get together with friends, this is a great simple cooking craft and delicious! Using mini-marshmallows and an ice cream cone, you can make this 3D craft -recipe in a jiffy!
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20. 3D Glow in the dark Christmas Trees
I can't believe what I am seeing. Using this special 3D glow-in-the-dark paper, you can create some amazing trees and they are really impressive. Also, this craft is great for children who love cutting out things.
Learn more: Vik News
21. Plastic Spoon 3D Tree!
You would never realize this craft was made out of a few green plastic spoons, paper, and glue. This step-by-step video shows you easily how you can make such a beautiful decoration out of plastic spoons. Reuse your plastic and go green!
Learn more: Craftastic
22. A beautiful 3-D "Fringe" paper Christmas tree
I was impressed by how easy and kid-friendly this tree craft is. In addition, it looks so nice. All you need is some green paper, scissors, glue, and a recycled paper towel tube. You can add beads, glitter, or sequins for decorations.
Learn more: Craftastic
23. Paper Accordion 3D Christmas Tree
This brings back memories, remember those paper accordion strips we used to make in school? This is a great kids' craft and with a little help and it teaches patience and math skills. Once completed it is worth all your effort. It looks amazing!
Learn more: Craftastic
24. Lego 3D Christmas Tree
Legos are so much fun, and we all remember trying to build houses and bridges. Have you ever thought you could build a Lego Xmas tree? Here is the perfect craft activity with instructions for any Lego fan. What a cool way to decorate!
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25. Toilet paper roll 3D Christmas Tree
This is a good craft to do with kids, and easy enough that children can do it in small groups.
Christmas tree shaped and using recyclable materials. It doubles as an advent calendar too, by putting numbers at the end of each roll and hiding little treats inside.
Learn more: The Craft at Home Family
26. Super cool 3D Cardboard Christmas tree
Out of nothing, you can actually make something really nice. Follow the step-by-step instructions and with a little bit of creativity, you can create a wonderful 3D Cardboard Christmas Tree. You can make a variety of trees depending on the cardboard you use.
27. Classroom project - 3D Christmas Tree
This is a good classroom project to do before the holiday break. With 3 or 4 different materials kids can have a nice little tree to decorate their desk at home. Simple, fast, and easy to do in class.
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28. 3D Shiny Trees
This holiday, why not make some beautiful simple aluminum 3D Christmas trees? They are simple to make, nontraditional, and great for a table topper.
Learn more: Go Make Me
29. Popsicle sticks 3D Christmas tree
Save your Popsicle sticks from summer! You are in for a treat with this 3D Christmas tree. Using the tutorial and help from an adult, you can make this cool 3D spiral Christmas tree that will impress everyone. You will need patience with this activity and a good eye for detail, but in the end, it is worth it!
Learn more: Raj Easy Crafts
30. Mini Christmas Tree in 3D for the little ones
This is so cute and so much fun to make with toddlers. They can follow step-by-step instructions and they will be so proud of their creation.
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31. Paper Cup Christmas Tree 3D
What do you get if you turn a green paper coffee cup upside down and decorate it? You will have a very cute Christmas tree. It can double as a cup to drink out of too. Great for little ones.
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32. 3D Hama Beads Christmas Tree
Hama beads are so versatile. You can use them to create any design. With help from an adult make a 3D Hama Bead tree and dazzle your friends and family with your artistic skills.
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33. Button, button Whose got a button?
Get out your tin of all the lost buttons or get some from the craft store. This craft is fun for kids to make alone or in small groups. and with this site, you can make so many other 3D crafts to help decorate and get in the holiday spirit.
Learn more: Wiki How
34. Beautiful tree made only from light bulbs
This is a curious craft. You will need lightbulbs, a hot glue gun, and some help from an adult.
Draw a template and follow the step-by-step instructions to follow. The end result will be surprising to you.
Learn more: Janice Sudholt
35. Cupcake Christmas tree 3D
This 3D craft is fun for the whole family to enjoy. Make a few batches of cupcakes in the flavor of your choice and decorate them with some green frosting and freeze. Don't freeze them completely, but they should be firm to work with. Follow the instructions step by step for a big Christmas tree cupcake tree.
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