Other Products: White Cardstock, Red Cardstock, Silver Mirror Cardstock, Pencil Color, White Gesso, Sisal Fiber, Hot glue gun, Tacky Tape, Clear Drying Glue.
For more tips on creating with the Merry and Bright collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/6bgO6epBuBI.
Instructions: Click here to view a large photo of this project. For creating the tree base choose pattern paper of your choice from the paper collection and trim it to the size of 11 x 11. Apply tacky tape to one side and roll to form a cone out of it. Mark 10 inch from the top and remove the excess part. Cut 1 inch strip of green and purple color pattern paper from the paper collection, distress the edges and roll around the cone alternatively as shown.
Cut Silver mirror cardstock using Sweetheart Borders Die and adhere it at the base and tip of the tree cone. Twist sisal fiber together and create small ball out of them, stick the ends using hot glue.
For the flowers - stamp red and green cardstock using Poinsettia & Holly Cluster Stamp with Black Archival ink and die cut with coordinating die. Shape the flowers using Groove Golf Tool Set. For the flower center use prills.
For the leaves - stamp white cardstock with the images from Snowy Pine Village cling stamp set and Merry and Bright Accents Cling Stamp Set using Archival ink Library Green. Die cut with coordinating die, color the images using Archival ink Olive and Color box ink olive pastel
Stamp white cardstock with pine and ornament images from Merry and Bright Accents Cling Stamp Set using Archival ink - Olive and die cut using coordinating die. Color the images using pencil colors.
Stamp the Merry Christmas sentiment from the Silent Night Scroll Cling Set using Archival ink Sepia, die cut using coordinating die and color the images using pencil colors. Apply glitter with clear drying glue.
Once all the elements are ready arrange them on the cone base as shown and apply glitter on the flowers with clear drying glue. Dry brush with white gesso randomly on the entire tree for a frosty feel.
Created By: Pavitra Chanchal