Thursday, December 1, 2016

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree

Hello, happy December! I have seen so many different paper Christmas trees and have wanting to make one but just haven’t been able to find the perfect paper for it, until now. I used the Rinea Emerald/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper, and it worked perfectly. It was exactly what I was looking for to make my tree!

To create the tree I used a cardboard tube from some wrapping paper and rolled the foil papers into cones. Watch my video below to see how I did it.


For the tree top, I used a custom handcrafted star that was sent to me along with my design team supplies. Here are a few different examples of them. Aren't they cool looking? You can also purchase a stencil to create your own stars.


Here is the one I received on top of my tree.


Green is my favorite color, and I love this color combo!


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4 comments:

  1. I love your tree Nadine!! The shiney paper and little bows make it very festive. Cool topper you used for it too :)

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  2. Your tree is so cool! I love that it's opposite of the stars! What I mean is that the open cone part is exposed. Then you topped it with the star. Two sides of the same coin!

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