Toilet Paper Roll Stamped Christmas Tree Craft

Stamping is always such a fun way to get kids to have fun and make some cute crafts. This DIY Toilet paper roll stamped Christmas tree craft is just the one for the festive season. It's time to collect empty toilet paper rolls and pom poms to get into the Christmas grove! I bet your preschoolers or Kindergartner wouldn't want to stop stamping and would ask for more!

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Toiler Paper Roll Stamped Christmas Tree

Get ready, get set, grab some empty toilet paper rolls and your pom-poms and let’s go! This super fun and low-prep preschool art project will get your young learners excited to design and create! All you need is paper, paint, an empty toilet paper roll, and some pom-poms.


Start by squeezing your toilet paper tube into a football shape. Dip the squeezed roll into green paint. We suggest using a variety of shades of green to give detail and dimension to the tree. Dab the paint onto the paper repeatedly making a tree-like design. Once your students feel their tree is complete, they can decorate it by gluing their pom-poms onto the tree. This would make a wonderful holiday keepsake for families or use this design on the front of a holiday card!

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