Printable Christmas Tree Decorations

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How To Make Printable Christmas Tree Decorations

Adorn your house with these pretty trees for your tree! Super easy to make, these paper decorations are cheap to make and are a great mess-free activity to do with children.

If you need to stock up on cheap printer ink, make sure you head to our website to stock up.

You may also like our printable Christmas Garland.


Party time!

Don’t forget to get in the festive spirit when you’re making decorations. Play some fun tunes to get you in the Christmas mood. Here are our top 10 Christmas songs. You can stream them from Spotify if you don’t have the music to hand.

  • Jingle Bells
  • Away In A Manger
  • Silent Night
  • Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer
  • We Wish You A Merry Christmas
  • Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
  • Ding Dong Merrily On High
  • Oh Little Town of Bethlehem

(And for the adults)

  • Last Christmas
  • All I Want For Christmas Is You

Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer is our favourite. But we always forget the words.If you’re anything like us, here’s a reminder:

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Had a very shiny nose

And if you ever saw it

You would even say it glows

All of the other reindeer

Used to laugh and call him names

They never let poor Rudolph

Join in any reindeer games


Then one foggy Christmas Eve,

Santa came to say,

Rudolph with your nose so bright,

Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight

Then how all the reindeer loved him,

As they shouted out with glee,

Rudolph the red-nose Reindeer

You’ll go down in history

Fun facts for kids:

When should you put up your Christmas decorations?

The good news is there is no hard and fast rule. Traditionally they were put up on Christmas Eve as it was considered bad to bring evergreens into the house before then. But now it’s acceptable to have them up by 1st December.

And when should you take them down?

It’s considered bad luck to keep your Christmas decorations up after 5th January.

Why are Christmas decorations often red and green?

These colours were traditionally used because of what they represented to Christians. Green symbolises the everlasting life and red, Christ’s blood on the cross.



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