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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

DSP Christmas Trees

I love these paper Christmas trees! I was inspired by Martha Stewart years ago and have finally decided to make them with my leftover Christmas DSP (designer series paper) I display them proudly on my little shelf in the living room. So cute! Even my hubby likes them!

 I cut these circles at 4.5", 3.5", 2.5" using the old Stampin' Up! Circle Scissor Plus. The bigger trees were cut at 5.5", 4.5" 3.5",  2.5".
 Fold in half until there are 16 folds (It's worth it and gets easier the second time around)

 Cut a tiny bit off the tops
 Put hot glue on the inside, towards the hold and stuck a kabob skewer in it. (Start with the largest circle first)
 Trim excess off the top and bottom ( I used kitchen shears) Insert into wooden candle cup or spool. It had a little hole in it that fit the skewer perfectly. Hot glue to hold it in place.
 Add a bead on top

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