Junk Mail CHRISTMAS TREE

Brochure Christmas tree

I’m surely not the only one with a phobia of brochures and ad magazines that have to go in the bin after a quick glance :) Here’s what we did with the last issue of the Sofia city guide – a gorgeous Christmas tree. It turned out really well as there were plenty of pages and the paper was thin and mat, and so easy to fold. magazine christmas tree

Fold each page as shown. The more pages there are in the brochure, the bigger your Christmas tree will be.


 

What Others Are Saying

  1. Catriona Daly 23/11/2012 at 05:08

    That was quick and easy and cute. I used glue for my bottom flaps as they kept falling down. Perhaps if I used more precise folds they would stay up? But it didn’t take long to glue and now it is decorating my table. Thanks.

  2. Cassandra 09/12/2012 at 22:55

    I have made one like this. It is fun and cute.

  3. Forestwoodfolkart 21/12/2012 at 05:01

    I have seen this before, butthank you for reminding me of this. Great craft idea for children.

  4. terrt 19/12/2014 at 22:34

    Growing up my grandmother had these made from The Readers Digest. They were a lot fatter back then and actually were nice trees

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