Make the tree
Using cardboard and scissors cut out all the tree parts.
Stick the blue tax at the end of each branch and attach it to the trunk.
Using sticks from outside attach them using blue tax to the branches.
Connect the bits
Using the photo below as a guide, connect the bits.
Make the base
Cover a plastic container (the size of a blue berry container) with grey felt.
Use a large piece of cardboard to support the tree from behind. Use blue tac to connect the top of the trunk to the support cardboard.
Make the moving branch
Using the instructions in step one make a large branch.
Poke a hole into the bottom of your trunk, allowing space for the branch to move.
Put the end of the DC motor and the motor attachment through the hole.
Use a rubber band to keep the motor in place.
Put blue tac over the DC motor attachment.
Put the branch on top of the blue tac.
Attach the buzzer
Attach the buzzer behind the top of the trunk using a rubber band.
Place felt on the tree
Using glue, put felt on the tree.
Above the trunk place the LED light. Secure with a rubber band.
Using blue tac put a Lego wand beneath the LED light.
Make a star sign using the below photo as a guide. Place the sign over the LED light.
Make the car
Draw a small car on a piece of paper. Use this to trace a car onto cardboard. Cut out the cardboard car. Use this as a template to cut out some blue felt. Glue the felt onto the cardboard. Add detail as shown in the photo below.
Place the car on any branch using blue tac.
Using blue tac stabilise Lego Ron.
Place the Lego owl on any upright stick.
Test it out!
By switching on the circuit and pressing the white button, you will be able to see the branch rotating, the wand light up and the car will beep.