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Start by painting pieces of your puzzle green and leave them to dry.
Once they are dry re arrange them in place in the shape of a Christmas tree (top tip – increase the layers of puzzle pieces the further the tree goes down, and make sure the points of the puzzle are on the outside. Don’t forget to save two pieces for the base at the bottom)
Once you are happy with the layout, stick them together.
When it’s all dry, decorate the tree. Why not add some bows and some stickers, gems and glitter glue!
Add the ribbon to the bottom of the base and stick some present stickers onto foam, and then onto the tree base.
When it’s all stuck down and dry you’ll have a perfect puzzle festive Christmas Tree!