Christmas tree tag

Christmas tree tag. Great one for scraps! Love how easy it is to create texture with VersaMark on the Crumb Cake base!

Christmas tree tag.

This is a great one for scraps! Love how easy it is to create ‘texture’ with VersaMark on the Crumb Cake base!

Materials used:

Cardstock: Whisper White; Seasons of Style DSP; Crumb Cake; Chocolate Chip
Ink: Old Olive; VersaMark®
Punch: decorative star hole punch
Stampsets: Petite Pairs ; Short & Sweet (retired)
Adhesives: Dimensionals; Snail; Tombo®
Trim: Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine
Accessories: Big Shot®; Square Lattice Embossing Folder (for tree trunk); paper snips, paper trimmer

Tag dimensions:

Base card (crumb cake): 8cm x 6cm

Treetop (Season of Style DSP): 3.5cm (w) x 5cm (h)

Tree trunk (Chocolate Chip): 1cm x 1cm

Instructions:

  1. Cut cardstock according to dimensions above.
  2. Stamp base card in VersaMark, using snowflake stamp from Short & Sweet stampset.
  3. Emboss tree trunk using Square Lattice embossing folder.
  4. Tear strips of Whisper White and glue with Snail / Tombo to bottom of base card.
  5. Adhere tree trunk with Snail / Tombo to base card, and then adhere triangle above it, using Dimensionals.
  6. Stamp ‘Merry Christmas’ sentiment to Whisper White cardstock in Old Olive.
  7. Punch hole at top of tree to create a ‘star’ above the tree. Thread through twine.

It might be nice to add some pearl or rhinestone ‘baubles’ to the tree to bling it up a bit, depending on which DSP you decide to use. Any of the stock used here can be purchased online here. Don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact me if you have any questions.  Have fun!

 

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