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Tra-la-la-la-laaaaaa the Christmas season is practically upon us. Oh how I LOVE this time of year. And I like to make it last as long as possible… which is why I have been listing to my already!! Teehee. Anyway. I digress. We have been having LOTS of fun with Paper Fans or Paper Concertinas lately.. there are so many cool and fun projects you can make using this technique. Including todays DIY Christmas Pop Up Card! Such a pretty 3D Christmas Trees Paper craft for both kids and grown ups. We absolutely love , especially !

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First published in Oct 2017 and republished for your convenience!

3D Pop Up Christmas Tree Card DIY – Materials:

DIY Christmas Pop Up Card

- A5 sheet of green paper in the )

- Scrap of yellow paper for the star

- Snowflake confetti / ) – I have used ours on a number of projects and it lasts ages

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How to make a Pop up Christmas Card

DIY Christmas Pop Up Card

This DIY Christmas Pop Up Card is based on the concertina paper folding technique or “paper fan folding”. It is a simple technique with very effective and oh so pretty results. Love it! We have many more Paper Fans Crafts for you to check out here on Red Ted Art . In the meantime… do watch this quick and easy Christmas Tree Pop Up Card video with step by step instructions below.

SLOW step by step video instructions:

Paper Fan Christmas Tree Card – Step by Step Instructions

Begin by making your paper fan Christmas Tree

- We used an A5 sheet of green paper – which is approximately 10cm x 15cm. I am aware that US “standard sizes are a bit different… it doesn’t have to be exact! Just adjust the sizes in the next step.

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- Fold your paper along the 15cm edge as neatly and evenly into a paper fan as possible. You should be left with a concertina paper strip 15cm long. We made 0.5mm wide accordion folds.

- Cut this paper strip into 5cm, 4cm, 3cm, 2cm and 1cm . As mentioned.. it isn’t exact. Just make sure you get 5 pieces that get smaller each time.

Prepare and stick your Paper Tree stem

- Take your brown piece of paper. You will need approximately 3cm x 3cm.

- Then fold the edges in by 0.5mm. So you should have folds: 0.5mm, 1cm, 1cm, 0.5mm

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- Glue the 0.5mm strips onto the card. You now have a “Pop up” steam.

Glueing in your Paper Fan Chrismas Tree.

- Take your longest strip and glue just above the tree trunk on the LEFT side of the card.

- Then layer the remaining 4 strips evenly – leaving a little space for a star.

- Once all are glued in place. Carefully add glue to the “upward facing” surface of your strip. This can be a bit fiddly.. as the concertinas like to bounce around a bit.

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- Hold in black. Flap over the right side of the card and secure to the the green strips.

- When you open the card up, you should have your paper fan Christmas Tree pop up

Decorating your 3d Christmas Card DIY

- Now have fun – add a Christmas star.. snowflakes, night sky stars, Christmas gifts, a snowman… anything you wish!! Enjoy.

We have more fabulous – these are made from newspaper! Aren’t they fabulous?

DIY Christmas Pop Up Card

Or have a go at Paper Quilling for Beginners, with this easy –

Here is another adorable Winter Pop Up Card that you may fancy checking out – and you may also like I Heart Crafty Things too! So cute.

I think a version of 3D Paper Trees would look amazing as part of this card too! Hop over and too!

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I must be doing something wrong. I am using A4 card folded into two, to get 2 A5 pieces of green card and using a folded card measuring 10.5cm x 15 cm. It does not look in proportion.

Mmmh I am not sure what the problem is – did you watch the video where you can follow me step by step would that help?

Instead of using a glue stick you think you could use double sided tape??

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Bringing Colour & Art to Children's Hearts

Tra-la-la-la-laaaaaa the Christmas season is practically upon us. Oh how I LOVE this time of year. And I like to make it last as long as possible… which is why I have been listing to my already!! Teehee. Anyway. I digress. We have been having LOTS of fun with Paper Fans or Paper Concertinas lately.. there are so many cool and fun projects you can make using this technique. Including todays DIY Christmas Pop Up Card! Such a pretty 3D Christmas Trees Paper craft for both kids and grown ups. We absolutely love , especially !

You may also love our collection of “” as well as the rest of our – something for every season to be found, as well as our lovely list of .

DIY Christmas Pop Up Card

First published in Oct 2017 and republished for your convenience!

3D Pop Up Christmas Tree Card DIY – Materials:

- A5 sheet of green paper in the )

- Scrap of yellow paper for the star

- Snowflake confetti / ) – I have used ours on a number of projects and it lasts ages

DIY Christmas Pop Up Card

Affiliate links added for convenience

How to make a Pop up Christmas Card

This DIY Christmas Pop Up Card is based on the concertina paper folding technique or “paper fan folding”. It is a simple technique with very effective and oh so pretty results. Love it! We have many more Paper Fans Crafts for you to check out here on Red Ted Art . In the meantime… do watch this quick and easy Christmas Tree Pop Up Card video with step by step instructions below.

SLOW step by step video instructions:

Paper Fan Christmas Tree Card – Step by Step Instructions

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