To make the trees, just cut out a circle with a scalloped edge, cut it in half, and fold it until it looks like a tree. Glue it down, run a bead of glue along the edges (I used a glue pen for more accuracy), and add some glitter.
Tah dah! Another card down....only about 10 more to go~
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Love this! The dimensions the trees have are wonderful!
Ms. Tamara have you signed up for the Jellyfish scarf yet? Hmmmmm. Go go go! Ill ship to Canada <3
Tamara - Way to make me feel totally inadequate. I haven't even started my Halloween cards and you are working on your Christmas ones!?! I love the colors you chose. I am leaning towards ballet slipper pink and a moss green for mine, but have not chosen a design. After seeing this I know I better get busy!
Gorgeous Cards stopping by from make the scene Monday
These are just beautiful!
I love how these look. Who would have thought they were just circles?
I'd love for you to share this at my link party.
That is so pretty! I'm going to show my kids this as they're making their cards over the next few weeks!
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
These are gorgeous. Making me think of serviettes for the Christmas table. Delightful. ♥
I love these! The glitter is a great idea!
Thank you for great ideas, I intend to make some cards this year myself, so I am in the phase of collecting ideas, and this one really seems easy and looks nice!
This is so cute! You make it seem so easy. I'm hosting a SHOW-licious Craft Showcase if you would like to be a part of! :) http://sew-licious.blogspot.com/2012/10/show-licious-craft-showcase-5.html
I love the cards, especially the Christmas tree one. I am hoping this year will be different and I will be more motivated to get cards made
Love the blog
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