How to Make a Ribbon Christmas Tree Card

Make a Christmas card with materials easily found at home! Yarn may be used as well.

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I used A5 drawing block, it makes good card stock.

I used A5 drawing block, it makes good card stock.

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Tear out a piece of drawing block, and fold into half. Rub the creases down with a ruler. Fold over to the other side and repeat to get neater creases.

Tear out a piece of drawing block, and fold into half. Rub the creases down with a ruler. Fold over to the other side and repeat to get neater creases.

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Measure out: one ribbon covering the card vertically...

Measure out: one ribbon covering the card vertically...

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Two ribbons covering semi mid-length (when measured from the centre of the card)...

Two ribbons covering semi mid-length (when measured from the centre of the card)...

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Two ribbons covering mid-length...

Two ribbons covering mid-length...

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And two last ribbons covering the edge of the card diagonally.

And two last ribbons covering the edge of the card diagonally.

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Glue all down. This *should* have been easy, except my craft glue was giving me problems.

Glue all down. This *should* have been easy, except my craft glue was giving me problems.

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Trim off any unsightly edges.

Trim off any unsightly edges.

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Add a star or any other shape which is large enough for the tree. Best if you are able to use super glue for this.

Add a star or any other shape which is large enough for the tree. Best if you are able to use super glue for this.

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Add other decorative materials, or write your Christmas message.

Add other decorative materials, or write your Christmas message.

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Finished product! More card guides available on my profile.

Finished product! More card guides available on my profile.

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