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How to Draw a Christmas Tree

The following tutorial will take you to learn how to draw a Christmas tree. With the holidays approaching, do you want to make a card by yourself? If the answer is yes, maybe this beautiful Christmas tree can be drawn on your holiday card!

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Christmas trees generally use evergreen trees such as fir or cedar, and then are decorated with lights, candles, and ornaments. It is one of the important elements of Christmas.

It is said that the Christmas tree first appeared in ancient Rome. The modern Christmas tree originated in Germany and gradually became one of the most famous traditions in Christmas celebrations.

In most American families, it is customary to place the Christmas tree immediately after Thanksgiving until after the New Year. Some families will not erect Christmas trees until the second week of December.

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How to Draw a Christmas Tree Step by Step

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1. Draw a star.

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2. Add a triangle below.

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3. Add the second layer below.

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4. Add the third layer.

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5. Add the fourth layer.

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6. Add the fifth and sixth layer.

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7. Add the trunk and base below the canopy.

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8. Add snow and moon.

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9. Color the Christmas tree as above.

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