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Friday, December 10, 2010

Cutters Creek Blog Hop December 11 and 12, 2010

I decided my craft room needed a Christmas Tree with decorations and what better choice then Red and Green.  I used images from Cricut Christmas cartridge, Seasons Greetings and Christmas Cheer. The Tree is cut twice from the Christmas Cartridge on  12 x 12 card stock.  I folded each tree in half and one piece slit from treetop to middle and the other from bottom to middle and slid together.    
 The banner is also from the Christmas Cartridge and adhered with scor tape  to the Ribbon. 
 The Tree topper is from Joys of the Season and I used glue dots between the Red and Green. I used Green and Christmas Red Stickles a lot!  I created snow on the edges using Marvy Uchida liquid applique and my heat gun. The deer is from the Christmas cartridge.

The Snowflakes are from the Christmas Cartridge  I made two in Red and two in Green folded in half and glued together using a Quickie glue pen and alternating Green and Red.  I used COPIC  G07 Nile Green and R29 Lipstick Red to cover the Twinkle Jewels  and adhered with Glossy Accents



The Skate is from Joys of the Season and snowflake is folded in half over branch and looks very festive. I put Red stickles on the laces and Sakura Gelly Roll Silver on the blade.

The train is from the Christmas cartridge and the shadow layer is green with decoratvie paper for the train. 
The winter house is from the Christmas cartridge and covered with lots of Diamond stickles.  
 I hope you have enjoyed my Christmas Tree.  Don't forget to leave a comment to be entered in the draw for prizes from Cutters Creek.  One drawing per person. Contest ends Sunday, December 12 a midnight. From my blog one lucky crafter will win the following set of paper shapers.  Woohoo!!!!


Next blog is Kim  http://kreativekim.blogspot.com

54 comments:

Lynda said...

Nice tree, really like all the little ornaments, great job.

Kathy Billings said...

What an adorable tree, you are very creative!

Vic said...

Your tree is so cute!

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Donna said...

Cute Tree and all the little decorations, love it. Donna in Minot ND

Denise O'Connor said...

Your tree is gorgeous! I had planned to make one of these for my kids this year, but once again I have run out of time. I am going to have to start my Christmas crafts in June to stay ahead of the game!

Else49 said...

Love your tree and what a nice way to have a tree in a small space.

Jolene said...

That tree is so pretty...great job

eva said...

WOW what a great idea... Something that even older youth could put together
Will save this idea for use with my kids from church! Lots of ideas from this one! Thanks

Lindalee622 said...

Love your Christmas tree. The detail to all the decorations is wonderful!

Sandy said...

Fantastic. So much detailed work. I love it!
Huggles
Sandy
sandypumphrey@comcast.net

Bonnie said...

Love Love Love your tree! I am going to CASE that for sure!

Vee said...

Great tree. I love how you incorporated the elements from the Cricut cart.

Missy said...

Wow, love the tree and all the details and hard work you put into it. TFS

Missy
kalittadog@yahoo.com

Bonita said...

I love the tree-such a neat idea!

SoMd Cricut Fan said...

That is so awesome ! I love the tree and banner!

Deanna said...

Your tree is really cute. Love all the different cuts you used to decorate it.

Lynn Marie' Crafty Corner said...

I love your tree what a wonderful project
Your so talented'
Thanks

Mar said...

A special tree just for the craft room...too cute & a very clever idea. Great work!!!!!

Vicki said...

Adorable tree. Thanks for sharing.

LuvNlife said...

Fantastic tree!! So creative and so much detail -- lovely Christmas decoration.

Amanda said...

I love your tree and all the details! My favorite is the house! I love Stickles as well! :)

Nancy said...

Wow what a great tree! Love all of the little ornaments and detail! Thanks for sharing.

Nancy said...

Wow what a great tree! Love all of the little ornaments and detail! Thanks for sharing.

dar said...

what a great idea. I think my scrap room needs a tree too. Love the ideas. Dar

Sarah St. George said...

What an adorable tree! I love the little ornaments- never even thought about using those images as little decorations like that! This has given me some ideas for things I could make myself- thanks for the inspiration! :-)

Debbie G said...

Wow what a great tree.

funnygirl13 said...

I love it... Love 3D snow flakes and the Tree - thanks for sharing and inspiring me
--Robin

Rhonda said...

Love this tree with all the mini ornaments!

Kerry said...

What a wonderful little tree! I wish I had room for it. I love all the little ornaments you used. Thank you for sharing.

Heather said...

Great tree! TFS!
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Sue in CT said...

That is really nice. I love the way the snow looks. Great job!

Toni said...

Great Job!!!

ann55w said...

wow how cool is that.
Ann W
weedmana@embarqmail.com

Margaret Wilburn said...

If I had gone to that much work and made a great tree, it would be right inside my front door where everyone would be sure to see it!

Cindy said...

Your tree is awesome. I know it took you a while to do it. Thanks for sharing this with us. The little touches are really great.

Cindy

Theresa said...

what an adorable tree!

Theresa Neubaum

Christy: said...

So cute and quirky! Love it!

Cristen said...

you did a great job

Joana said...

So nice!! Something tells me that next year I'll have a cardstock Christmas tree...
Great job!!

Josie59 said...

What a cute tree and ornaments :-)

cinmfoster said...

lovely tree, thanks for the isnpiration.

ScattyShirley said...

Those snowflakes and skates are adorable.
I am using snowflakes a lot this year.
Great idea for your craft room BUT it must be tidier than mine as I wouldn't have room to put it anywhere.LOL

scrapBugz said...

Really cute tree! Really enjoyed seeing your project. Thanks for sharing.

Mandy
mjbaker at earthlink dot net

Scrappy said...

OMG that is absolutely adorable!!! I love it!!!! Awesome, fantastic job!!

Teresa said...

Wow, I love it. So cute, and just my kind of tree! No needles! Gammah TJ

Scrapping Galaxy said...

wow that's amazing. Those ornaments are so detailed. Great job

Villý Vilhjálms said...

What a fun project. Looks like you had a lot of fun with it :D

Vidette said...

That is a really pretty tree. Lots of beautiful detail.

CherylP said...

Great project! You are very creative!

PlumTuckered's Paper Plays said...

Your winter scene is adorable! So much work there!

Deanna Amundson said...

Adorable tree....love the ornaments. That was a great idea!!

Denmama said...

I love this!!!! I am going to have to make notes so I can make me one for next year.
Thanks,
Judy

ScrappingDeb said...

How cute! I think my scrap room "NEEDS" some decorating too!

Vicki and Don said...

Wow! What a lot of work! I loved seeing all the shapes you've used for decorations! It's given me lots of inspiration! TFS!