Wednesday, 3 December 2008

A Mini Christmas Tree

I bought a polystyrene cone at Ally Pally earlier this year with the intention of making a ribbon tree for my craft room, but I decided to have a go with punched circles instead, and here is the result. It's quite cute really and very simple to do with all those paper scraps topped off with 2 Anna Griffin snowflakes back to back. There's some fabulous blog candy up for grabs on Dottie's World - check it out here.
xxx

9 comments:

Debbie said...

Juliet this is lovely! I made a ribbon tree but it hurt to cut up all those ribbons! This is a great way to use scraps.

Jac said...

Fantastic idea it looks really effective, think I might have a go at this for my table decoration. TFS x

CraftyC said...

Gorgeous Juliet, bet it looks lovely on display!
Clairex

furrypig said...

Wow that is so effective and yet so simple thank you for a great idea

maddy hill said...

Juliet i love love your tree its sooo cool ! the papers look very lush indeedy !

Sarah C said...

This is really good. I love your ideas and using up scraps makes it even better xxx

Rina said...

wow, this tree is absolutely gorgeous. Lots of detailed work.

Louly said...

This is so cute Juliet, is there no end to your imagination?

Louise said...

Fantastic tree Juliet and you'll have no needles to hoover up after Xmas!
Louise x