Hi everyone. Amanda here from Dreamsicle Sisters. Are you ready for the holidays? I know I am. In fact, I already have my Christmas tree up! It always puts me in a good mood to see the sparkling lights and pretty decorations. It makes my house more homey and cheery even though the weather outside is dark and dreary.

Today I want to share with you how to make these super cute Christmas spirals that you can use on your tree, or you can hang them from your ceiling to add to your décor.

Supplies Needed:Martha Stewart Spiral Maker or scissors
12×12 Scrapbook paper

First you will want to take your 12×12 scrapbook paper and fold it in half to make a triangle. Place the folded paper inside the spiral maker.  (If you don’t have a spiral maker, I’ll show you down below how to make the cuts).

Get your cutting tool and make a cut in each groove.

When you are finished cutting, your paper should look like this:

If you don’t have a spiral cutter, you will need to make the cuts with scissors. You will want to make seven cuts on each side equal width apart.

The final step is to take the ends and tape them together. Then flip it over and tape the next set of ends. Alternate taping ends on each side.

When you are finished taping your ends, you will have these beautiful spirals to hang. Aren’t they super cute?

Stay sweet,

signature of Amanda, a Happiness is Homemade contributor

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    1. Sorry, Betty! The woman who originally shared this tutorial as a guest post hosted the photos on her site, and it appears that her site is down. I’m working on getting the images back, and I appreciate your patience!