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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Flower Petal Christmas Tree

I've got a Christmas tree card to show you today, with a unique twist.

This tree is made from paper flower petals, painted with Emerald shimmer paint.  (You may recall I made some shamrocks with these, too.)

I cut them apart and assembled into a tree, directly onto the patterned paper, using craft glue.  Use the glue sparingly, though, so it does not warp the paper beneath (you live, you learn ;).

The punched-star was gilded with Gold shimmer paint, and the tree trunk (a Word Window punch) sports a coat of Chocolate shimmer paint.

Thanks for joining me today!



Sandie said...

Colleen, you always come up with something new... adore your tree and how you created it. What a brilliant idea!! The shimmer of the paints really makes it special ...
I'll miss you, but will stay in touch via our blogs... wishing you happiness with your future!!

Anita said...

Lovely card Colleen. Love this idea!

jessica said...

What a beautiful card Colleen! Love the idea of using the flowers!

Kimberly S said...

What a fun way to use the flowers, and the emerald shimmer paint looks gorgeous! :) hugs, Kimberly

Emily D. said...

Beautiful tree Colleen!! Great idea for flowers that might not go with your project! Love it!!

Emily D. said...

And I remember those shamrocks... those were awesome!

Michelle Hodges said...

Very beautiful card!
Love the tree such a clever idea!

~ Kendra ~ said...

AMAZING!! How cool is this! Love how you created the tree! So fun! And I just love all the lovely shimmer!!