It's basically a tree painted on the other side of a table board, so it doesn't take any storage space and is not just a green plastic thing that comes from the supermarket.
Step 1: Select Your Canvas
It would have been nice if anyone used the table throughout the year, with the tree drawn underneath, but it sadly stays between the fridge and the wall (still not using any precious cm3).
I also thought it can be drawn on the plywood they sometimes cover the lower part of the walls in garages with and kept face back for the year.
Step 2: Draw the Outline
For me, it was the hardest part - I didn't want and couldn't do it too realistic, wanted something more elaborate than three green triangles and my brother Levi rejected the first red Miro styled version.
Draw it with something - it doesn't matter - coal, paint of any colour, pencil - anything.
Just do it into something you like, it doesn't have to be a masterpiece.
Step 3: Paint
Probably, acrylic would have been easier, but they become matte after drying, while oils add a shiny finish.
Step 4: Finish, Decorate and Add Presents...
However, it was rather hard to find the ones that will fit with the colours, so,
probably, a more standard tree would be easier.
Add presents and enjoy!!!