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I am so excited about the Holiday Blitz Tutorials that are being shared each day in the Resources section. There are SO many fun ones that we will probably be doing a lot of them in my Technique Challenges up to the holidays!
The challenge I chose for today is so much fun -- it looked so hard when I saw Beate's sample and even when I glanced at her amazing tutorial , but it is SO EASY! You have to try these. It took like two minutes to make the tree.
Hey Judy.............haven't made these since last year but Beate's tutorial is SOOO much simplier then getting out the compass and trying to fold on the lines !! ha ha
Busy morning but will be back to play later..........
GardenDiva AKA Tina DeLong
Fan Club Member & Tuesday Teapotter
Thyme began in a Garden.
Judy, you are so correct.....cute and EASY! Part of the "easy" might be Beate's excellent instructions. : ) Love the look of the trees and the chance to use them in a variety of styles. I went sort of elegant. Thanks, Judy & Beate!
Challenges I participate in: Inspirational Challenge, Sketch Challenge, Inspirational Challenge, Free 4 All Challenge, Queen for the Day Challenge, Feature Stamper, Color Challenge, Ways to Use It, Try a New Technique and I am a proud Tea-Potter Challenge participant.
This challenge was so fun! These trees are fun and easy. Beate, thanks for posting the tutorial. I watched it twice. I didn't have a large circle punch or nestiblity, so I used a cd, traced around it, and cut it out.
I created a Tri-Shutter card (my first one!) and the back panel features one of these adorable trees! Once I figured out the last fold (which I had to be tired because I watched the video 4 times) ... I was fine - LOL! Thanks for looking