Folded Christmas Tree

Folded Christmas Tree. Learn how to make these quick and easy napkins that fold into adorable christmas trees for your holiday table settings. Cut enough of ribbon to wrap a tree and begin folding a bow loops.

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It doesn't matter what size you choose. Cut the tree out and make a second copy. Fold the tree and tack it in place fold the fabric over as shown.

Start Again This Time Fold The First And Subsequent Pages With The Edge Close Up To The Spine Again.

It features a foldable metal stand that's easy to store away, and a slender frame decorated with pvc branches that imitate the look of a real spruce tree. No special skills or tools required! You can easily make a tree in less than 30 minutes.

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Take the right edge and fold inward. Christmas tree out of reader’s digest magazines (photos) damon beres updated: Learn how to make these quick and easy napkins that fold into adorable christmas trees for your holiday table settings.

What To Do To Make Magazine Christmas Trees:

I used the smallest of the grand circle nestabilities dies. Match dashed line on page 1 with dashed line on page 2. Fold in the seam allowance at the gap, and press.

(That Is 50 Numbered Pages, So 25 Actual Folds Before And After The Center Point.)Starting 50 Numbered Pages Before The Halfway Point, Open The Book Up Wide.

Glue the trees together along 1 of the folded sides. See more ideas about christmas, christmas diy, christmas crafts. 23, 2019 reader's digest is the perfect size to make this simple, fun, magazine christmas craft.

Folded Christmas Tree Napkin Page 2 Of 3 Match Dashed Line On Page 2 With Dashed Line On Page 3.

Works with any size circle so. Take hold of each corner of one side, and fold the napkin in half again to make a square. Fold brown paper in half and draw half of a bare tree along the fold.