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DIY Whoville Christmas Tree Craft

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Snow day round TWO!!! I was not at all prepared for that phone call last night. We are just over a week away from Christmas and snowed in. Mamas everywhere here in the Lou are rushing around trying to get things done and now the kids are home yet again. It’s rough I tell you. Craft time! This DIY Whoville Christmas tree craft is easy to do and kids love it, because it’s just a tad bit messy!

Easy DIY Whoville Christmas tree craft for kids

DIY Whoville Christmas Tree Craft

At this rate school will only be in session on Wednesday and Thursday this week. Real school that is. Friday is a half day with school holiday parties in the morning. Then off for Christmas break! I’m feeling the crunch big time. Especially since I’m doing the school holiday party craft on Friday. Starting to wonder how I will get everything ready before then and keep the kids entertained while off school! At least we can limit screen time today by staying busy with crafts? These Whoville inspired Christmas trees are a cute addition to holiday decor.

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My kids love the book and movie How The Grinch Stole Christmas. (Get the book HERE and the movie HERE.) It’s such a great holiday tradition for many families. Making these Grinch and Whoville inspired Christmas trees is also sure to become a treasured family tradition for years to come.


How To Make The Whoville Inspired Christmas Trees


What you’ll need:

Christmas scrapbook paper Mod Podge cardboard Christmas trees

  • Cardboard Christmas tree cones
  • Christmas scrapbook paper
  • Matte Mod Podge



What you’ll do:

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Moms, be prepared to get your hands messy, too!

  • Cut strips of scrapbook paper.
  • Use a paint brush to apply Mod Podge to the back of each strip of paper and all over the cardboard tree.
  • Apply Mod Podge liberally all over.

There’s really no rhyme or reason to the shape of paper strips or pattern you apply. The more unique and eclectic, the more Whoville style!


Whoville Christmas trees Christmas decorations

Don’t they look adorable? Such an easy way to decorate for the holidays and also a great idea for the school holiday party craft!

Like this DIY Whoville Christmas tree craft?

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