This year, the Irish Times will be marking Christmas by offering readers a challenge.
We want to encourage you to pick an easy painting idea and create your own Christmas tree.
There are plenty of options on the market, and many of the options are not as attractive as a fully-painted Christmas tree, but they’re easy to make.
We’ll start with a selection of our favourites, then highlight a few ideas for a more traditional Christmas tree that’s a little easier to get started with.
The easiest Christmas tree We know it’s a cliché to say a Christmas tree is an easy one to build, but it’s true.
The best way to make one is by having the right tools at your disposal.
The first step is to pick up some paint and get to work.
This article on how to paint a Christmas Tree article First, grab a small paintbrush, a marker or a piece of cardboard.
Put your paintbrush in the bottom of a large bowl and brush the edges of the tree, starting at the top and working your way down.
If you’ve got a paintbrush handy, you can make your tree from a sheet of cardboard as long as it’s about six inches (15cm) in diameter.
You can also use a scrap piece of wood or a sheet pan or a thin piece of paper for the sides and a large piece of metal for the top.
The only tricky part is to choose the right size of paintbrush and to make sure you don’t paint the tree too much.
Once you’ve done this, you’ll have a nice looking Christmas tree to put on your front door or inside your home.
Try painting it on your windowsill.
The paintbrush can also be used to paint windowsills or windows, where it will also make a great gift for your neighbour.
Here’s a guide to getting started.
First, you need to pick a colour for your Christmas tree