DIY How to make paper wicker Christmas tree (ENG Subtitles) – Speed up #419


Hi. Today I will show you
how to make Christmas tree out of paper wicker. I made it by request from my viewers. Detailed list of all needed items is in the description of this video. Cut a strip out of newspaper. Around 6-8cm in width. Place a wooden skewer on the corner of the strip. Make a pipe. Glue the end. Remove the wooden skewer. We need about 16-20 pipes as this one. Draw a circle on a cardboard. 15cm in diameter. Cut it. Make 1 copy of the circle. Paint a one side of circles. Also, paint all the pipes. Let them dry. Mark the center of the circle. Press an end of pipe… …and glue it to the center of circle. Press second pipe. Glue it on the opposite side. Now add the pipes on the sides. Glue more pipes. Remember that the pipes should be distributed evenly around the circle. Glue the second circle. Attach a tinsel garland,.. …a few Christmas balls… …and pine cones. Fold the pipes up to make a shape of cone. Bind them together by using rubber band. Cut off an excess of pipes. Make a bow out of ribbon. Glue a piece of ribbon to the tip of tree. Attach the bow. Decorate the Christmas tree by using bead garland. Hide an edge of cardboard by using narrow ribbon. Glue the snow stars to the pipes. And it’s done. This is a cool idea for Christmas decoration. Of course you can paint the pipes with other color of paint. Inside the tree you can attach the pine cones, Christmas balls, figurine or other small stuff. Please give a like to this video and subscribe to my channel. Thanks for watching. Bye bye.

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