Sunday, December 23, 2007

Merry Christmas

I thought I would show you my Christmas trees for my last post before Christmas.

I used pattern paper from the Earthy Paper Pad by Crafty Secrets. I cut a slit from the bottom up on 1 of the tree pieces and I cut a slit from the top down in the other, slid them together to make the tree. I punched 2 stars with the new SU! large star punch that's coming out in the Spring/Summer catty. I cut a slit in each star and slid them together. The ornaments are punched with the SU! 3/4" circle punch. I cut a slit half way in each ornament so they could be slid onto the tree. I added a little Scotch Tacky Glue to the pieces so they would stay together. The small tree is cut from the Crafty Secrets Radiant Paper Pad. I painted Scotch Tacky Glue on the stars and poured on yellow gold & tourmaline Martha Stewart glitter.
Here are the measurements:

Gold Tree - cut 2 triangles 4 5/8" long x 7" on the 2 sides
cut a slit up the middle of 1 triangle 3 1/4"
cut a slit down from the point of the other triangle 3 1/4"
punch 2 stars, cut slits half way up both stars
punch 15 3/4" circles for the ornaments
punch as many as you want, cut slits half way into circles

Pink & Blue Tree - cut 2 triangles 3 1/2" long x 5 1/2" on the 2 sides
cut slits same as above 2 5/8" from bottom & top
punch 2 stars
punch 12 circles
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It's Lisa Zappa's turn to do the Crafty Secrets Giveaway! All the design team members are taking turns giving away some of their fav Crafty Secrets cotton, booklets and clear art stamps, Sandy has been so generous! Run on over to LZ's blog and see what you could win!
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I remember seeing these plaster of Paris Last Supper pictures a l o n g time ago. I found this one at a yard sale last summer for .10. It was in bad shape, it was painted gold and it was chipped and dirty. I cleaned it up and rubbed Ranger Walnut Distress Ink all over it. Then I sprayed it with Antique Brass Glimmer Mist. I wanted to darken it up it places so I put more Walnut ink on it with a sponge dauber to hit the raised areas. Then I sprayed it with a matte sealer. I like the way it looks now, much better than what it was before!
Now that all the hustle & bustle is over we can finally sit back and enjoy our Christmas' with our families and friends. I hope all of you have someone you love to spend Christmas with. I want to thank you for stopping by and leaving comments and just checking on me and I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas.

5 comments:

HB said...

Merry Christmas Pam! The trees are adorable! LOVE them!!!

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

What fun little trees. Have a wonderful Christmas.

Rose Ann said...

Your trees are so pretty! I hope you had a very Merry Christmas, Pam!!

Tex said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE!
The trees are delightful!

And I must say ... if I ever see such a plaster of the Last Supper ... no matter the condition ... I'm buying it! (And then calling you! *grin*)

~Tex

Bevie Pearl said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Your tree idea is soooooo sweet!

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