Kitchen Towel Tree


When the leaves fall off the trees, it really becomes again to make fun of the inside. Inspired by nature, this time we craft an empty kitchen roll tree. With empty toilet rolls you can make the tree higher and bigger, as much as you want. You hardly need anything, besides the rolls you only need some wax crayons and scissors! The tree craft is for any age, hardly costs anything, and you do not mess with paint.

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The tree itself does not seem to be so happy that it loses all its beautiful leaves. His wobbling eyes look a little frightened. But don't worry, dear kitchen roll tree, you will soon get very beautiful green leaves back after the winter!

Colour 1 empty paper towel and 2 toilet rolls with marker or wax crayons. Start with brown, then green, dark green, orange and fill all the empty spots with yellow.

Cut the kitchen roll all the way around a piece. Do that with the toilet rolls and then cut them lengthwise. This way you can make the rolls a little smaller by overlapping something.

Fold the branches of the paper towel down and slide the first roll into the paper towel. Then fold the branches down and insert the second roll into the first roll. If you want, you can put a few rolls in, but we thought it was enough here.

Glue 2 wobbly eyes on the tree or draw on white paper eyelets and cut them out. With permanent black marker, draw a mouth. Maybe your tree looks a little happier than this one?

On a sheet of paper, you can use the same colors of wax crayons to color random squares. Make sure you don't see any more white. On the back, draw petals and cut them out.

With glue, glue the leaves here and there on the branches. Because we had 2 leaves left, we made feet of it. But I don't think he'll walk easily with it!

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Of course you can still see the trees through the forest and make several trees, cozy!

The wax crayon we used is Creall Silky crayon. These can be ordered in the online Creall webshop, where you can buy paint, clay, glue, wax crayons, etc. If you order there, please enter the voucher code”creametkids“in! Because then you get aFREE pack Creall Do & Dry Modelling clay with your order! (Already from 25 euros your order will be delivered free of charge)

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How nice to come across an adorable tree on Instagram! Created by Creative_fantasy trip from Germany, mother of two children. With a nice story, that her son wanted to make a quick but fun craft shortly before dinner. She saw this craft of The Knutseljuf and showed him the picture, gave him the towel and he went loose, made by herself!

The Instagram post of the fun kitchen roll tree from Kreative Fantasy Reise you can HERE View!


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