I have to give my DH credit again. My punch for the tree is not made very well. It does not have a flat base and when you punch with it many times your hand will hurt when done. Well he punched every branch for the tree for me and then ordered me a new punch with a flat bottom. Love that man. :)
CCC16 - I am way behind in creating Christmas cards so I am trying to sneak a few in to get more done. I loved the tutorial and just had to do that one. I had created my own tree some time ago and liked having the pattern that Kittie suggested. it takes the guess work out of the size and shape. I finished my tree off with two different sized gems and some silver bakers twine. Topped the tree with a silver glitter star and a couple of packages.
Registered: January 26, 2010 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 26660
Wed, Oct 26, 2016 @ 7:47 PM
gorgeous tree so very very pretty in white! I like the Baker's twine you wove in between and the lovely sequins! Such cute little presents with bows in silver to match on the bottom! A lovely background embossed with Christmas poinsettias! A very stunning holiday card!
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 79076
Thu, Oct 27, 2016 @ 7:24 AM
Well done Mr Shoe Man!! I already knew he's a keeper, but that was a real labour of love if your punch is anything like as hard as mine. And I'm sure he agrees with all of us that it was well worth it, it's simply spectacular and so gorgeous in white with silver.