Einfache Bastelidee – Tannenbaum selber machen

Long time no see - but don't worry, I still exist. I just took a little unplanned blog break because there was a lot going on around it. And despite the hustle and bustle, I really wanted to leave you all the best Christmas greetings. 

Of course, I didn't come with empty hands either. I brought a little cute DIY project with me, which is perfect for everyone who loves the simple Scandinavian design. Maybe this DIY comes a little late, because the Christmas season is almost over again. But decorative fir trees are also wonderful as winter decorations. In addition, Christmas comes again and again. Luckily!  

Then let's get started. Now we are going to make fir trees from sandwich bags. 

Simple craft idea - make your own Christmas tree 

What you need: 

  • Sandwich bags
  • Wooden skewers
  • cork
  • Glue
  • A small Phillips screwdriver 

That's how it works:

  • Cut out triangles. Brush the paper with the glue. Then place the wooden skewers in the center. Place the second side of the paper on top of it. 
  • Drill a small hole in the cork and insert the wooden skewers. That was it! 
Simple craft idea

This simple craft idea is definitely something for a craft afternoon with children. 

Simple craft idea

In the background you can see our Christmas tree this year. We all really like it. We decorated it with simple white balls, wooden star pendants and brown balls with foxes on them. The foxes were particularly well received by the girls. Not very surprising, I would say ...

I also used the Christmas tree decorations made of baking soda and cornstarch , which I made myself last year. They are still pretty white like last year and I assume that they will last for quite a while. I will keep you up to date. 

Simple craft idea - make your own Christmas tree

And now I wish you a wonderful Christmas and a happy new year. I'm really looking forward to another exciting and creative year with you. 

Many thanks at this point for your kind words! 

To you very soon,

Pau