Why don’t you make and decorate your own tree?  

Easter tree made by our team!View image slideshow

The Kings Park Home Delivery team have shared their Easter tree decorating secrets below! Don't forget to watch our video for even more inspiration.

What to do:

  • Step 1: Find a good-sized branch to make your tree. If you can’t find a branch you could decorate a tree in your backyard or even a pot plant.

  • Step 2: Find a pot or reusable container. 

  • Step 3: Fill your container with sand.  

  • Step 4: Secure your branch in the sand. 

  • Step 5: Collect natural materials like leaves, sticks, nuts or other items you would like to decorate your tree with.   

  • Step 6: Paint your decorations or just use nature’s colours. Why not get creative and use different coloured leaves or paint some leaves, nuts, sticks and caps?

  • Step 7: Use string, colourful wool or twine to attach your decorations to your tree. 

  • Step 8: You can add other decorations to your tree!

Watch Activity 2 video on YouTube

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We would love to see your trees!

Share your photos to the Kings Park Home Delivery Facebook group or use the hashtag #KingsParkHomeDelivery.

You can make your own decorations or use the ones you have at home. Most importantly - have fun in the process!

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