For my workshop attendees, here are the materials and instructions for your take-home Layered Christmas tree. I just love the blue hues of the Winter Frost DPS stack! f you have any questions or if you want to discuss or order any of the stock used to create this card, contact me and I will be happy to help!
Whisper White – base card
Smoky Slate – Christmas tree pot
Winter Frost DPS Stack
Petite Pairs – ‘Merry Christmas’ stamp
Snail – adhering large triangle layer of tree and tree pot to base card
Glue dots – adhering silver bow to pot
Dimensionals – adhering tree layers, sentiment, and Frosted Embellishment to card
Silver 1/8″ taffetta ribbon
Frosted finishes embellishments – I absolutely looooove these!!!
Dazzling Details Silver Sparkle
Paper Rounder 3/16″
Big Shot – not essential for this project, but when used in conjunction with the Square Lattice Embossing Folder, you get the fun texture on the Christmas tree pot.
Base card: 21cm x 14cm, folded in half
Triangle layers of DSP:
- Large: 9.5cm w x 10.5cm perpendicular height (ph)
- Medium: 7.5cm w x 9cm ph
- Small: 6cm w x 7cm ph
Tree pot: 2cm x 2cm
- Fold base card in half, and arrange in a portrait position. Round edges with paper rounder.
- Stamp ‘and a Happy, Joyful Bright New Year’ onto inside of card using Island Indigo.
- Stamp ‘Merry Christmas’ onto scrap piece of Whisper White and cut into thin banner shape.
- Cut triangles out of DSP, as per dimensions above , and glue largest triangle to base card, using Snail.
- Arrange remaining triangles in descending size order and adhere to card, using Dimensionals. You probably need about 3 per layer, making sure to place them in the triangle corners.
- Emboss smoky slate ‘pot’ and stick onto base card, below tree base.
- Stick sentiment banner to side of pot.
- Make a small flat bow with taffetta ribbon and adhere to sentiment banner, Dimensionals.
- Stick Frosted Embellishment ‘star’ to top of tree.
And that’s it! Happy assembling!