Saturday, November 22, 2014

Kids craft - Origami Christmas tree | Origami Pine tree | Step by step tutorial

Origami chirstmas tree

Hi dear crafty friends. Hope you are enjoying weekend with your loved ones. With christmas nearing, I am sharing a very easy origami christmas tree. It takes 10 mins to make it and brightens up the any corner of your house and the faces of young crafters! Enjoy this simple chirstmas craft with your kids. You can  use it as an ornament to jazz up the bigger christmas tree. 
This is my humble attempt at making a step by step tutorial. Hope you like it.
Origami chirstmas tree

1. Take a square piece of paper. Fold the square paper horizontally and diagonally as shown in the picture

2. Bring the two diagonal corners of the paper together and then open it up. You will get a square shape after the diagonal ends are brought together.

3.Take right flap of the paper and bring to the center line and press it down to make the crease and then open it up again.

4. Put your thumb in the flap you had just folded and taking the crease you just made, press the paper like the picture below.

5. Fold back the paper in the middle and then repeat for the left flap.
Then flip it over and repeat for the other two flaps. After you are done folding all the four flaps, you will get  a folded paper like this.

6. Cut slits on four sides of the folded triangle paper.

7. Fold down all the slits like the picture below.

8. Cut off the small triangle below

9. Jazz up the tree with some glitter

10. Stick the star . 

Your own gorgeous paper pine tree is ready.

Origami Christmas tree


  1. Your Christmas tree looks beautiful :) my daughter loves origami, she had also made a tree like this but a different variation. Your have a great little assistant helping for the tutorial:)

  2. Beautiful Christmas tree lavina.. Thanks for the steps..:)

  3. Beautiful Christmas trees! Love the added sparkle. Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls!

  4. Those trees really rock! Love the touches of sparkle. Thanks for playing with us at JUGS!

  5. Very nice. This tutorial will be helpful to me when my son asks me to make Christmas decoration for school project. Thank you.

  6. I am not good with origami but these trees look great and not too difficult. I think my kids would love to have a go at them.
    Thanks for linking #LetKidsbeKids

  7. Super fun origami trees! Thanks for joining in at JUGS~

  8. Such very pretty and clever Christmas trees Lavina.

    Thanks so much for sharing your lovely work with us at Allsorts challenge.

    I have some candy here and you are very welcome to enter.

    B x

  9. Lovely decoration and the glittered stars look super too.
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts 'No Design Papers' challenge and good luck x Susan x

  10. so pretty tfs and joining out challenge at dtc. hugs

  11. These are genius and look so good!
    Thank you for joining us at Delightful Challenges. Jane xxx

  12. Lovely trees and thank you for the tutorial:) Thank you for joining us over at Decorate to Celebrate!!

  13. A lovely Christmas project! Thankyou for joining us this month at Craft for the Craic

  14. CUTE!!! What a great project! Thanks for linking it up to DTC Challenge #89!

    - Katy Taylor (DTC DT Member)


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