Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Dew Drop Tree with tutorial with Bev

 

hi..  it's Bev here today. I love when I see something new that inspires me and I get to make the patterns to share with you to make some too. Today it's a Dew Drop Tree... and Robin's Nest has the best dew drops for these type projects for sure. 


I started with the small 6x6" paper pad so you have a square. Fold that in half.



Now using my paper cutter I sliced as per the diagram above... about 1/2" intervals and about 1/2" away from the folded edge.



Open up with print to the bottom and slices going up to top as per photo.


Now start gluing from the bottom up and going to the centre and matching at the centre. I did all rows left 1st glued and more glue and right side.


Go all as far as you can to the top as per photo. You do want a piece left on top.


Cut the excess off leaving enough to put a star or any tree topping you like.


On the bottom fold up a section to base the tree and glue it down.


Using the piece you cut off the top make a base tree trunk.


With that left over piece I glued it down to cover the tree top section that was white backside paper so I now have a fully print paper tree.


Trim the excess paper following the tree top section.


Here is your finished tree. It was really easy once I figured out the size and dimensions.


Now it's tree trimming time. There are a large choice of colours to pick from and many different shapes but I choose gold, silver and clear round dew drops for mine. You can trim any way you like.
I finished it off with the diamond dew drop star on top.


Here is my finish tree which I then matted to 2 based colours, add some stickers, added tree, chipboard sentiment and then add the border ribbon. I add some white signo gel pen doodled stitch lines and it's done

 

 

Thanks for visiting today..... Merry Christmas and see you in the New Year.


6 comments:

Michelle Wells said...

Another beautiful project Bev!

The Robins Nest OCrowley said...

Great card! Your tutorial is awesome too!! Love it!

Tracy F. said...

Beautiful tree and great tutorial!

Robin O'Crowley said...

Cute idea!

Colleen LoVette said...

Very pretty

Charity said...

Love the dew drops as ornaments.

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