PostDateIcon December 13th, 2009

This little Christmas Tree card is quick and simple.

-I used Bazzill Kraft cardstock for my base. I inked the edges with Distress Ink in Tea Dye. Then I used my white Gelly Roll pen to add faux stitching around the card.

-The Christmas Tree was cut using the Paper doll dress up cartridge. I inked the edges in dark and light green pigment ink. After that I popped up the flaps in the tree and threaded one of the buttons with white embroidery floss. Then I used glue dots to adhere the buttons to the tree.

-To make the star I used the Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge. I cut out the fairy’s wand on page 56 (it has a star at the top). Then I used VersaMark and gold embossing powder on the star. Lastly I snipped off the wand and glued the star to my tree top.

Hope you liked this simple but cute as a button Christmas tree card!

The little buttons really make the tree pop!

Buttons are a great way to dress up your card!

Looking up

Faux stitching with white Gelly Roll pen

Tree Top

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