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It takes only 5 minutes to make this beautiful paper Christmas tree! Learn how to make this original and very easy 3D origami Christmas Tree with the instructions from this tutorial.
This modular origami Christmas Tree is a perfect DIY Christmas decoration to make for the Holidays.
It is very easy and quick to make, so it is great for kids and origami beginners.
To make this origami Christmas Tree, you only need a few squares of paper of different sizes (at least 3 squares).
No cuts, no tape, no glue, just paper!
In the video I'm making a Christmas tree with 5 levels, so I use 5 squares of 15x15, 13x13, 11x11, 9x9 and 7x7 cm (about 6x6 inches for the largest square).
You can of course make much smaller or much bigger trees, with as many levels as you like.
You can use the same color for all levels, or mix different shades of green, or even make a white snow covered tree.
You can use origami paper or gift wrapping paper with patterns too.
This tree does not have a trunk, it just stand on the largest module.
It takes only one minute to fold one module, and the modules are very easy to put together.
Important note: this origami Christmas tree is an original origami model designed by Stéphane Gigandet and protected by copyright laws.
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I hope you will enjoy this origami Christmas Tree and that you will fold many beautiful paper Christmas Trees of all sizes and colors! Let's make a contest to see who can fold the tallest origami tree.
Please send me pictures of your Christmas trees to firstname.lastname@example.org (or on Facebook or Twitter: @Origami_Plus).
I will add them to the Christmas Trees gallery on the https://origami.plus web site and show them in a next video.
And of course it's always a great pleasure to see pictures of the models you fold, all around the world!
I would also love to see pictures of your DIY and craft projects that use this origami Christmas Tree: Christmas decorations and scenes in your room, house etc.
Teachers could for instance have their students make many trees to create a winter forest.
I'm sure you will have lots of cool ideas to use those trees, so please share them in the comments below!
Thank you very much for subscribing and all your comments, likes, shares and your wonderful pictures!
I wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! And of course, Happy Folding!