Who says that you can’t decorate a Christmas tree with a Christmas tree? This DIY Button Tree Popsicle stick ornament is SO easy to make. So gather your little elves, follow along with the 7 step-by-step instruction and start creating!
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Easy Diy Button Christmas Tree Popsicle Stick Ornament
Before you get started on this fun Christmas craft, be sure to gather up all the listed supplies below. They are great to keep around the house for when you make any of our other 20+ Easy Christmas Popsicle Stick Ornaments. Be sure to check them out too!
Whether you are gifting these, decorating the house or hanging them on the tree, this Button Tree Popsicle Stick craft will surely get you and your kids on the holiday spirit!
- Jumbo Popsicle Sticks
- Wood glue
- Assorted Paint Pack
- Paint Brushes
- Foam Sheets (construction paper works well too)
- Crafting Twine
- Glue 3 jumbo Popsicle sticks in the shape of a triangle.
- Then with your green paint, lather up your triangle to bring your Button Tree Popsicle Stick ornament to life!
- While the green paint dries, cut yourself a star to go on the top out of your yellow foam sheets.
- After that, cut out a square out of your brown foam sheets
- By now the paint should be good and dry. Glue on your beautiful star to the top, front of your ornament.
- Then glue the brown square to the bottom, back of your tree.
- Grab your bag of buttons and start gluing!
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Once all of that is done, all your Button Tree Popsicle Stick ornament needs is something to help it hang! Hot glue on a 4″ piece of crafting twine and it is all complete!
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