Geo Paper Christmas Decorations + Printable Template

Make your own paper geo jewels and string them together to make garlands and decorations, or just pile them up in a bowl. Choose your paper colours, download the template and get to it. It’s an easy way to achieve a fresh modern look for your mantle or table this festive season.

Read the instructions and download the template (click on the link below for the full post).

You’ll need

Heavy weight paper in the colours of your choice
Templateclick here to download
Scissors
Glue stick or double sided tape
White sewing thread and tape to secure it if you’re going to hang your geo shapes

All you need to do is print out the template onto coloured paper and cut out around the outer edge. Then fold along all the printed lines, so that the lines are on the inside of the shape. Apply glue to the flaps one at a time and press together firmly.

If you’re going to hang the geo shapes tape the thread to the inside of the shape before you glue the last flap in place. Or attach it with washi tape to the outside as a decorative element.

Hang the shapes from a painted branch, string them up to make a garland, or hang them on your Christmas tree. I was going to use them as another advent calendar idea, but I was a couple of days too late getting them finished. Maybe next year?! There are a lot of free templates around for lovely more complicated jewel-like geo shapes. I wanted to keep mine fairly simple, but if you’re feeling game see what Mr Google can find for you.

 

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Comments

  1. i love this. i adore your colour palette! thanks for the downloadable template. xx

  2. Oh you clever thing, you. I love them and especially love the colour.

  3. I love this ! It’s so cute !
    xoxo

    Anne
    http://meandmode.over-blog.com

  4. so pretty! … thank you so much

  5. success! i tracked you down from the photo you posted on instagram (kbuggle) of this… so glad i found you- thank you for the template, and the blog is lovely!

  6. They are great and the colours are wonderful! Have to try them! :)

  7. Hay Jung, Hwang says:

    I definately love this article and really appreciate your tips.
    It’s gonna be a really a big help for decoration in my newly opened music school.
    I was seraching maybe for hundreds websites to find the one you showed here.
    Thank you so much!

    A girl from Korea.

  8. lemondedis says:

    j’aime vraiment beaucoup : merci pour le partage !… j’ai placé un lien ici : http://pinterest.com/lemondedis/mobiles-guirlandes-et-couronnes/

  9. Amazing!!! Thank u for share your ideas!!! @mexico

  10. Thanks for the template and great ideas, have been looking for some (easy) decoration things to make with the kids this year! xxx

  11. Hi Lisa! I love these double pyramid ornaments! Our blog, Little Yellow Couch (www.littleyellowcouch.com) is going to be hosting a cocktail party on Dec. 6th. I’m looking for some modern touches to add to our mad-for-plaid/ski lodge theme and these will be perfect! I’ll be sure to send you photos!
    Cheers,
    Zandra

  12. Susan Connery says:

    These are so sweet! I’ve made similar, filled them with chocolate treats and made party favors out of them! I like the Mobile look too
    Thanks!

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