If you are looking for a fun craft this Christmas that is great for kids of all ages, I hope you’ll consider my 3-D pyramid Christmas tree craft. I made one and had a lot of fun with my kids. This craft was inspired by the mountain themed baby shower I threw recently. We had left over 3-D pyramids, and I was immediately inspired by these and the upcoming holiday celebrations. If you want even more Christmas tree craft ideas, come see my popsicle tree craft, fingerprint Christmas trees or my other popsicle tree craft.
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Materials Needed to Make 3-D Pyramid Christmas Tree Craft
- 3-D Paper Mache Pyramids – We found ours here. They have a variety of sizes and also have cones if you’d prefer that look.
- Green Tissue Paper of Different colors: Light Green Tissue Paper, Dark Green Tissue Paper, and Regular Green Tissue Paper – We had a bunch on hand. You need to check out how I store my tissue paper in my Christmas Hacks post.
- Various Decorations – Get creative! We used baker’s twine, sequins, perler beads, craft buttons, and foam shapes. You could also use Christmas light stickers, glitter glue or Christmas washi tape.
- Mod Podge (for my top tips for using Mod Podge visit here)
- Foam Brushes
- Glue Dots and/or White Glue
How to Make a 3-D Pyramid Christmas Tree Craft
- Rip up pieces of green tissue paper.
- Doing small sections at a time, apply Mod Podge to the paper mache pyramid and add layered tissue paper on top.
- Continue adding tissue paper around the entire pyramid is completely covered.
- Once covered, add a final layer of Mod Podge over the top. Allow to dry.
- Start adding decorations. We used a combination of both glue dots and glue. Allow to dry.
These cute Christmas trees become a great decoration for the Christmas season. Kids will feel so proud to have their design on display in your home.