Thursday, December 3, 2009

Fun 3D Christmas Tree


This is just one way to make this fun tree.  Just think of the possibilities of different versions and decorations that could be used on these trees.  The tree is made with the Large Lilium punch and the trunk is just a rectangle piece  of card stock rolled up.  Also used Old Paper Distress Ink, Pesto Adirondack Ink, Stamp-unknown, Cuttlebug Snowflake Embossing Folder, Graphics 45 Print Paper, McGill Corner Punch, Punch Bunch Star Punch, Oval, Scallop and Ribbon Tag Spellbinder Dies, and Organdy Ribbon


Really like the easel cards and working with the color combination and papers, so had to try another version.

 
Before I glued the trees together, I set the pieces together and they reminded me of a Dr. Seuss type tree, so made these crooked for some character.   I saw this tree idea originally from
Thanks for stopping by!  Hope everyone is getting all their things ready for the holiday season!

3 comments:

Only by His Grace said...

Hi Patti Jo!

These tree's are awesome. I love how you have shown three different ways of making this cards.Great colour combination as well.
Hugs Marion

PeeJay said...

Just brilliant Patti Jo! I so love what you've done with them. Thanks for the reference as well. Can't take credit for the original idea though as that came from the class tutor - Jane Gill. She's amazing! These trees are so versatile and even more so if you've got the small lilium punch as well. I really must try to get some Christmas cards made this year - lol!!

6 wacky women said...

Fabulous cards, Patti.Jo
I just love your trees...such pretty papers and details too.

Karen x

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