Here it is the last tree in the forest. For this tree I used the same size scraps of paper as for tree #1. The strips are 1/2" x 6" long. Instead of folding these I curled them around a pencil and then placed them on my tree. For each strip I used 2 pins - the first one was a flat head at the top of the strip and the second one was a pearlized head which I placed about one inch down the strip, so that I could ensure that you would be able to see the printed paper and not just the curls. So now it is time to decide -
Working from left to Right - Tree # 7-curls, Tree #4 White Doilies, Tree #6 Gold Doilies
Working from Left to right Tree# 1 -loops, Tree #4 Tonic Holly Punch, Tree #3 cones, Tree #5 - Silver Doilies
Which tree is your favorite??? Ijust love all the trees. Here is a shot of my entire mantel with all this weeks projects!!
You can vote by placing a comment on this post - everyone who votes on this post will be entered to win a chance to win today's blog candy. You have until Saturday Night at midnight on November 3rd to place your vote- on the Oct 31st Post. The random number generator will select the winner and I will contact the winner via email on Sunday November 4th, the winner will need to provide me with their address so that I can send you the following basket of Blog Candy:
Since most of the paper I used for my trees was from the American Crafts Christmas Collection - many of the goodies in the gift boxes are from the collection - the entire collections of American Crafts Christmas Ribbon, red & green brads in multiple sizes, American Crafts Christmas Rub-ons and a Ornament I made using their paper scraps. 3 styrofoam cones for you to make your own trees. Clear Christmas Stamps from Hero Arts- the perfect size for place cards for your Christmas Dinner Table. Red and Green Rhinestones from Kaiser Crafts. Holly and Berry Brads from making Memories, Sam the Snowman from Silver Fox Stamps and 3 of my favorite colors of Spica Micro glass flake pens - silver, gold and clear. Goodluck to everyone who votes!!
And here are the ornaments I made with the leftover 1/2" x 6" strips from my trees:
Hope everyone has as much fun making your forest as I did!! Tell your friends to visit my blog for their chance to win my Christmas Blog Candy. Thanks for visting!!