How to Make a North Pole Christmas Decoration – Free Printout
Here is a fun North Pole Christmas Decoration that is very easy to create with household items, extra Christmas decorations, and a few inexpensive things from the craft store. I love decorating for Christmas. It is one of my favorite holidays to create festive decorations. It is filled with bright, vibrant colors cute and elegant decorations, and lots of lights! What I really love about Christmas decorations is that different styles and colors can all be mixed together to create beautiful Christmas decor. Click here to download the Free North Pole Sign
Materials to make a North Pole Christmas Decoration
- Wrapping Paper Tube
- Wide Red Fabric Ribbon
- Red Cardstock
- Fiber Fill Stuffing
- Styrofoam Ball
- Cookie Stick or Dowel
- Wood Dowel Cap
- White and Gold Acrylic Paint
- White Glitter
- Plastic Icicles
- Craft Glue
- Hot Glue Gun
- Free Printout North Pole Sign
Instructions to make a North Pole Christmas Decoration
- Cut the wrapping paper tube 22 inches long.
- Paint the tube white let dry.
- Wrap the red ribbon around the tube. Glue each section while wrapping to secure.
- Press the end of tube into the Styrofoam as shown above.
- Use hot glue to attach the tube to the Styrofoam.
- Glue fiber fill stuffing on to the Styrofoam.
- Glue wood dowel cap to the cookie stick.
- Print out a North Pole Sign, cut out and glue it to a red piece of cardstock as shown above.
- Cut a strip of craft foam to wrap around the pole and paint gold.
- Paint the Styrofoam ball and the dowel and finial gold and glue them to the pole.
- Glue North Pole sign to the dowel and glue on plastic icicles.
- Glue the craft foam strip to the ball.
- Glue fiber fill to the top of the ball to simulate snow.
- Add dots of glue to the top of the fiber fill on the base and the top of the ball and sprinkle with glitter to complete your snowy North Pole Christmas Decoration.