Magic Nuudle Christmas Tree
An original seasonal craft that is easy to create.
1. Gather your material. You will need two sheets of green Magic CornStruction paper, one sheet of yellow Magic CornStruction paper, a few Magic Nuudles (bright colors), colourful adhesive hole reinforcements, scissors, and white Model Magic dough.
2. Spread the Model Magic dough out to represent a snowy hill. Set it aside.
3. Cut two large triangles out of the green sheets of Magic CornStruction paper. Both triangles must be identical.
4. Cut a slit up the centre of the base of one triangle, stopping in the middle as shown.
5. In the other triangle, cut a slit from the top down to the centre.
6. Use the adhesive hole reinforcements to represent garlands. Have fun naming the colors and counting the hole reinforcements with the children in your group. The garlands must be present on both sides of each triangle. Be sure to use the same colors on all sides. For example, the top garland on all four sides could be red, the second one blue, and so on…
7. Cut each Magic Nuudle into three pieces.
8. Moisten the Magic Nuudle pieces and press them here and there on both sides of each triangle to represent ornaments.
9. Slide both triangles one inside the other to create a three-dimensional Christmas tree.
10. Press your Christmas tree on the snowy hill you created using Model Magic dough. Let dry.
11. Cut a star shape out of the yellow Magic CornStruction paper and stick it at the top of your tree.