I wanted to come up with a something fun for my son for Christmas. I thought and thought and while watching him play with his stacking toy one day, I realized it was shaped like an evergreen tree. It helped me come up with this Christmas tree toy tutorial.
Christmas Tree Stacker Tutorial
Christmas Tree Stacker Tutorial
Christmas Tree Stacker Tutorial

Supplies

Christmas Tree Toy Tutorial

1. Draw different size circles on the green felt.
2. Optional: draw fun shapes around each circle.
3. Cut out the pieces, but don’t cut out the center circle.

Christmas Tree Stacker Tutorial

4. Cut pieces of batting to fit between each piece.
5. Sew felt pieces together with batting in between. Sew around center circle. Optional: sew fun designs.
6. Cut out center circle.

Christmas Tree Stacker Tutorial

7. Find or make the platform. Stack pieces in descending order.

Christmas Tree Stacker Tutorial

Let your baby go to town with a Christmas activity they can enjoy!

Christmas Tree Stacker Tutorial
If you need some craft to do with your kid before they go back to school, then this is for you! It’s a fun New Year’s Eve tradition, and it helps everyone start thinking of the next year. It helps kids practice art and writing. It’s the resolution paper hats which is a really fun New Year’s Eve Craft.

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Author: Heather Handmade

I'm a seamstress and mother. I sew, blog, thrift, upcycle, design fabric, and teach sewing classes. I'm also a self-proclaimed fabric fondler.

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3 thoughts on “Christmas Tree Toy Tutorial

  1. I'm not to familiar with what toys work for what ages – would this be appropriate for my niece when she turns 2? (I would have made it for her this year, but I didn't find your amazing blog until now!)

    Posted on January 15, 2013 at 5:35 am
    1. I'm not too familiar with toys any age older than my son. I'm guessing that this will be a little too young for a 2 year old, but I'm not sure. Ask the parents!

      Posted on January 16, 2013 at 4:35 am
  2. This is awesome. Especially since it is small and can be put away with Christmas decor. And now he has a special Christmas toy to play with year after year. And a great memory to share when he gets older.

    Posted on December 19, 2012 at 3:29 pm