We had to replace the turkeys with some Christmas trees to hang on our chandelier. These are pretty easy and look really cute. It's kind of hard to see in a picture, but the effect is that they look 3D.
My secret to making perfect Christmas trees?
I used a cookie cutter!
I traced two Christmas trees on cardstock and cut them out. I also cut a yellow star out of cardstock. I gave two trees each to my Superhero and Angel and let them decorate them with markers. They need to be decorated on both sides. I then cut one tree in a line up from the bottom to the middle and the other tree down from the top to the middle. I taped the star to the top of the tree that has the bottom cut.
I then slid the two trees together--the top line of one tree going through the bottom line on the other. I used a tiny bit of tape at the top and bottom to make the trees stay in the perpendicular positions where I wanted them. For the bottom part, I put a piece of tape on each of the four corners (as in the picture below) to secure it.
I then taped a piece of string to the star to hang it from the chandelier.