Get into the Christmas spirit with this fun Christmas Tree Nature Art activity. Like all of our nature art crafts, this Christmas Tree themed nature art is suitable for all ages and a great way to get kids out exploring nature. Made from a recycled cardboard box base and all the nature treasures found in your garden this is an almost free craft project that the whole family is sure to love!
Christmas Tree Nature Art
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If you are looking for a fun Christmas craft that is quick to set up and will keep kids of all ages occupied then this Christmas Tree Nature Art activity is for you! Nature art is a great way to get kids outdoors to explore the garden and a great way to make the most of resources you already have surrounding you.
- An old cardboard box
- Craft glue
- Leaves and flowers
- The free printable below or draw your own Christmas tree
- Sharpie or other pen/ pencil
Print off this printable and use it to trace around to create the perfect Christmas Tree base shape. If you would like to draw your own tree have a look at Foil Art Christmas Trees and follow the guide there.
Let’s Get Creative
Start by making the cardboard tree base. To do this print of the printable and cut out the desired tree shape. Place the cutout tree onto a flat piece of cardboard cut from the cardboard box and trace around with a Sharpie or other pen/ pencil. Remove the tree template and then cut out the tree shape from the cardboard.
Head outside with a bucket or a sheet of cardboard to lay the nature supplies onto. Take cuttings of leaves and flowers. Think about the size of the Christmas Tree base and select leaves and other nature resources that are of a suitable size. What will you put at the top of your tree? Have a look for a standout flower or leaf!
Set up your crafting space so you can easily see all of that gathered nature resources. Cover the cardboard tree with craft glue or the less messy option of double sided sticky tape. Place the leaves and other nature cuttings onto the cardboard base. Think about layering, so put green leaves down first and then decorate with extra flowers. If needed add a little extra glue. Put aside to dry.
Other Fun Christmas Crafts
- Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Trees
- Plant Pot Angel Craft
- How To Make A DIY Activity Advent Calendar
- Beaded Candy Canes
Thank you for stopping by. We hope you had fun making this Christmas Tree Nature Art today!