Sunday, December 6, 2015

CASE-ing the Catty #59 - Cutie Pie Christmas Trees

Welcome to the CASE-ing the Catty Blog Hop!  Thanks for joining us.  :)

This week we are using the theme of "Christmas Trees" from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalogue to inspire our projects.  There are lots of tree images scattered throughout the catty in stamps, dies & DSP.  I was inspired by the picture at the top of page 42 to create my own simple, little trees.

I have made a couple of gift cards with different trims, as well as a place marker for the table:-

Here are the trees that I was inspired by:-

& here is how I made mine, using the Cutie Pie Thinlits Dies:-

You will need a piece of cardstock approx. 6" wide x 5" high.  On the 6" edge, mark at the centre point (3"), score & fold.  Place your cardstock with the folded edge aligned with the score line of the die (as shown above in top right image) & roll through your Big Shot.

You need to trim away the excess cardstock at the base of the tree, but you have a beautifully scored guide line to assist you.  Then add some cute decorations to suit.  Easy peasy!  :)

The rest of the Crew have some amazing designs to share & you can work your way around the entire Hop by following the links in each post.  Simply click on the "Next" button below to go to Alison's fabulous project.  (If you want to skip backwards, you will find Rachel's beautiful project here.)

You can also find the entire list of participants on the CASE-ing the Catty post by clicking on the graphic below:-

Thanks for stopping by!  :)

Project Components
All Stampin' Up!

Always Artichoke cardstock embossed with the Chevron embossing folder, embellished with red enamel dots & a star button with gold metallic thread.

Mossy Meadow cardstock trimmed with pearl strands & a dazzling diamonds glimmer punched star.

Old Olive cardstock stamped with snow images from the Happy Scenes stamp set, a wooden snowflake trimmed with gold cord & a banner stamped with the rotary stamp & flagged with the banner punch.


Lillybet said...

These are gorgeous Helen, I love that you've used the thinnest shape. They look to be a good size and your table will look lovely with placards made like that.

Julia said...

These cards are divine!!! I love them and the simplicity of your embellishment is beautiful too. What a fantastic idea! THank you for sharing!

Alison Barclay said...

These are SO CUTE!!!! What a great design!

Rebecca said...

What a great idea to create place cards!! They look great. And thanks for the instructions on how to create them.