Spiral Christmas Tree Card

This spiral Christmas tree card is sure to have a wow factor. Open the map and a 3D tree will appear!

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We love simple Christmas cards, but we love them even more when they’re really pretty (just check out our Christmas card silhouettes, they’re super simple and they look amazing).

This card is definitely made to impress! It’s easy for young children, but your scissor skills should be good enough to cut a spiral and you should be fine. If your kids or students can handle it, then this little card could be their card of the season.

let’s make one!

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How to make a spiral Christmas tree card?

What do you need

  • a card – you can make your own out of construction paper (I love the red) or buy blank cards
  • green (or other colored) paper
  • yellow star paper
  • scissors
  • Glue

You can also add glitter glue details.

Watch the video tutorial

Or follow the step-by-step instructions

Fold the bottom of the Christmas card. We chose our red bases because they contrast nicely with the green Christmas tree.

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Cut a circle out of green paper, the circle should fit on the card, the bigger the better. There are many things you can use as templates: cups, lids, mugs…

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Now cut this circle in a spiral. The finer the spiral, the better the result: of course, younger children will make smaller spirals, but older children and adults can make a pretty nice one.

You can even make it fancier by using patterned scissors.

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Apply glue to the outer spiral loop. Paste it into the map. Let the glue harden. If you want to add some bright accents to your tree, now is the best time.

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Apply glue to the center of the spiral and close the card. Let the glue harden.

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Open the map and your spiral tree should appear.

Cut a star out of yellow paper and glue it to the top of the tree (on the card).

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