You can make your own Christmas tree from cardboard, or you can decorate it yourself, using decorative vase.
But there are some tricky steps involved in getting the look right.
First, you’ll need a good quality cardboard box.
Here’s what you need:You’ll need the following:A square of cardboard with a hole in it.
A piece of plastic tape.
Cut the cardboard square into four equal sections.
Place one section on top of the other two sections.
The two pieces of plastic will be the decorative vasing.
Use a screwdriver to make the decorative part of the cardboard cut.
Cut another decorative section from the cardboard, making sure that the other decorative section is still inside the cardboard.
Use your screwdriver and a pair of pliers to cut the decorative section out of the plastic.
Using a small sharp knife, cut a decorative hole in the middle of the second decorative section.
Cut two decorative sections from the third decorative section, leaving the plastic covering on the cardboard sections.
Tip: You can use scissors to cut away the plastic from the decorative pieces, as long as you don’t cut them through.
Use the small sharp knives to trim the decorative wood away from the plastic, leaving a long piece of cardboard.
Here’s how you’ll decorate the tree:Step 1: Put a square of plastic on top.
Step 02: Cut a hole into the middle and attach the decorative plastic to the square.
Step 03: Use your pliers and a screw driver to make two long plastic sections out of cardboard and glue them together.
Step 04: Cut two pieces out of each of the two plastic sections, making the second piece of the decorative piece.
Step 05: Cut one of the short plastic sections to attach to the decorative round.
Step 06: Place the decorative decorative round on top and glue the two pieces together.
Here is what you’ll make:Step 07: Put the cardboard cardboard in the hole in your cardboard square.
You’ll use the plastic tape to cover the cardboard and to hold it in place.
Step 08: Place your cardboard round on a flat surface.
Step 09: Use a pair to secure the cardboard round to the round.