NJ Lottery Holiday scratch offs make such a fun gift! I love to rely on lottery tickets when giving gifts to someone I don’t know all that well, in lieu of cash, or for a White Elephant gift exchange game! This lottery ticket tree is easy to make, looks quite festive and doesn’t even need to be wrapped.
Make a Lottery Ticket Tree with NJ Lottery Holiday Instant Games
This lottery tree is so easy to make, check out how below!
What you need:
- NJ Lottery Holiday Instant Games
- styrofoam cone
- wood slice
- hot glue
What to do:
Make your tree by hot gluing the styrofoam cone onto the wood slice, this creates a trunk base.
Get a variety of NJ lottery tickets at a local retailer such as Wawa, 7-11 or in a mall, and sort by size.
Starting with the biggest ones first (or more expensive, as they will become hidden making it even more fun when uncovered) and secure them to the cone with T-pins.
Continue layering the tickets until the entire cone is wrapped in tickets.
Once covered, turn the smaller tickets sideways and secure them to the cone from the bottom up. Slightly bend the bottoms of the lottery tickets outward to create some dimension to the tree, resembling branches.
Add a decorative top such as a star or a bow, and the lottery ticket tree is complete!
The holidays can be a stressful time of year with all of the running around, shopping for presents, wrapping, and more. That doesn’t even count having to think about what to buy! These Holiday Instant games makes gift giving simple and stress free. I am going to bring these to the holiday parties we attend this year as hostess gifts! Don’t forget to check out the Million Dollar Replay, so you can win as well 😉
Check out more NJ lottery gifts in the video below:
Disclaimer: You must be 18 or older to buy a lottery ticket. The New Jersey Lottery reminds players, it’s only a game…remember to play responsibly. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, call 1800-GAMBLER®.
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For more information visit New Jersey Lottery.