Ready to give your Christmas tree crafts a creative twist this holiday season? A great way to break out of the ordinary is to make a handmade paper craft Christmas tree project with tree branches that are inspired by Fibonacci spirals.
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HOW TO MAKE A FIBONACCI SPIRAL CHRISTMAS TREE
To make a fibonacci spiral inspired Christmas tree, all you need is
To make the Christmas tree branches, first make fibonacci spirals of various lengths on the graph paper.
Then cut out the spirals from the graph paper. Trace each one of them individually on the green card stock paper.
Create a border around the spiral pattern. Do it for all the fibonacci spirals you have traced.
Now cut out all the fibonacci spiral strips. These green spirals will form the branches of the tree.
Once all the branch pieces are ready, take a red card stock paper and glue each individual strip of Fibonacci spirals as branches on either side. Start by placing the longer strips at the bottom and work your way up to the shorter spiral branches near the top, so that they form an evergreen Christmas tree.
You can even add star decorations at the top or hang up some handcrafted snowflakes around it for extra festiveness. Read books about the fibonacci sequence to finish the activity.
Spend an afternoon with friends or family creating your own Fibonacci spiral inspired Christmas tree craft and spread a little joy around your home during this festive season! Who knows – maybe your unique handmade Christmas tree paper craft will become an annual family tradition!
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- Christmas Tree Tessellation
- Fibonacci Math art – Making Quilt Patterns
- Mondrian Style Fibonacci Gnome Hat
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