Aluminum Foil Christmas Tree Ornaments

Here are our shiny little Christmas tree ornaments made using aluminum foil!

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These days, we are reading Curious George books. This series of books tells the story of a monkey called George who is very curious and his adventures with the Man with the Yellow Hat. All the stories are wonderful and never fail to amuse my daughter. She is becoming quite a fan of little George. We are always looking out for Curious George books on every library visit. So far we have read Curious George goes campingCurious George learns the alphabetCurious George Flies a Kite, Curious George Librarian for a Day, Curious George Dance Party, and Curious George in the Snow.

Just in time for Christmas, we found this lovely book “Merry Christmas Curious George”. It’s a story about how excited and curious George helps the man with the yellow hat pick out the holiday tree and then does a fun decoration with the kids at Tree Decorating Party in the hospital.


Inspired by the book, I asked my daughter - Do you want to have a tree decorating party? Yeah, she said. This gave me an idea to make Christmas tree ornaments for the fun 10 days of Kid-Made Christmas series we are participating in. To add extra fun, we used aluminum foil for making these trees.  

HOW TO MAKE CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS?

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BEHIND THE SCENE STEPS:

1. Cut out the required number of triangular tree shape from an empty cereal box.


2. Wrap them nicely with aluminum foil.


3. Now, It's time to decorate the trees. Start by making a zigzag garland with colorful washi tape.





4. You can decorate the tree with sequins, buttons, beads, pom-pom and a lot more. My daughter first applied the glue making these white dots on the tree and then put the sequins and other decorative materials on the dots.



5. Glue/Tape a small craft stick and ribbon to the back of the tree.

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And the beautiful ornaments are ready to adorn the Christmas tree! Happy Crafting and A Very Monkey Christmas everyone! :)


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Looking for more Christmas Ornaments ideas? Look no further!


I'm excited to be a part of 10 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS - KID MADE ORNAMENTS AND GIFTS series, hosted by Melissa from Mama Miss and Katie from Happily Ever Mom along with some fabulous bloggers. Do check out 50+ awesome kid-made ornaments and gifts ideas inspired by children's book shared in the series to find your own inspiration!

Here are the ornaments shared today as part of 10 Days of Kid-Made Christmas series


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4 comments:

  1. Thanks for this nice tutorial. I'll save this idea for the coming Christmas season.
    Kind Greetings from Austria.

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    1. So glad that you liked it. I'm sure you will have fun making them.

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