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Fork Painting Christmas Trees

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Fork painted Christmas trees are a super fun for little ones to do! And kids love painting with forks – it’s easy!

We just love these little fork painted Christmas trees – a great little process art for kids to get busy with. They’re fun to make and look fab! 

A gorgeous Christmas tree craft for kids.

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fork painted Christmas tree picture

What you will need to make fork painted Christmas Trees

pot of green paint, silver fork and sparkly pom pom decorations ready to make a Christmas tree craft
  • fork
  • green paint
  • brown paint
  • pompoms to decorate
  • glitter
  • paper 

How to make fork painted Christmas Trees 

using a fork to paint a Christmas tree with green paint

To make this Christmas tree craft for kids just follow the steps below…

  • Dip the fork into the green paint.
  • Paint and print with the fork making lines in the paint so it looks like a fir tree. 
  • Create a triangular shape that reduces in size as you move higher up the paper.
  • Add a little Christmas tree trunk using thumb prints and brown paint. 
  • Once you have your triangle shaped Christmas tree painting let it dry. 
  • Decorate your Christmas tree with pompoms and glitter.

Make more of your fork painted Christmas tree craft 

  • Make lots of Christmas trees and string them together to make festive paper bunting.
  • Paint both sides of the tree and hang them from the ceiling to decorate. 
  • Cut out the tree and use it to decorate a special homemade Christmas card. 
  • Make little Christmas trees and add a loop of string so they can be hung from the Christmas tree. 
  • Try using different things to paint with other than forks – try cork printing, potato printing, toothbrushes, dabbing with tin foil there’s endless possibilities

More Christmas Crafts for Kids

  • Snowman Popsicle Stick – make a super cute snowman popsicle stick, you can use this as a pop up pepper, bookmark or even a Christmas table decoration.
  • Paper Mache Bauble – you can make your own super cool paper cache bauble, make them small or huge! And decorate them with any theme you like.
  • Snowflake Angel – create a beautiful snowflake angel that will look beautiful on your Christmas tree
fork painted Christmas tree picture

How to make fork painted Christmas trees

Yield: 1 Christmas Tree
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: Less than £1

Christmas Tree Craft for Kids - fork painted Christmas trees are super cute for kids to make this winter

Materials

  • Green paint 
  • Brown paint 
  • Craft pompoms 
  • Glitter 
  • A4 paper 
  • Glue stick 

Tools

  • fork 

Instructions

  1. Dip the fork into the green paint.
  2. Paint and print with the fork making lines in the paint so it looks like a fir tree.
  3. Create a triangular shape that reduces in size as you move higher up the paper.
  4. Add a little Christmas tree trunk using thumb prints and brown paint.
  5. Once you have your triangle shaped Christmas tree painting let it dry.
  6. Decorate your Christmas tree with pompoms and glitter.

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