Folded Circle Tree Tutorial

These cute little trees are not my original creations. I've seen a lot of these out and about in stamping communities and thought I'd give them a try. They are perfect additions to CAS cards, as well as tags and scrapbooking layouts.

Follow the steps below to make your own...

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Supplies:
Bone Folder
3 inch circle cut from double-sided patterned paper
Brown scrap paper

Step 1
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Cut your circle in half.

Step 2
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Using your bone folder, folder the rounded edge of your circle across the straight edge.

Step 3
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Fold again in the opposite direction.

Step 4
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Fold again.
You will have some extra toward the top, fold that behind your tree and snip the extra.

Step 5
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Trim a 1/4 x 1 inch strip of your brown scrap and adhere to the back of your tree.



7 comments:

Patricia said...

thank you Maureen for this fantastic tutorial...

khushifairy said...

don't you think to use stars at the top instead of bows?
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Sharon said...

These are fabulous and I really think the bows are very effective instead of the stars... personal taste I suppose. You've just given me an idea of what to do with my twine. hugs Sharon

Claudia said...

OH BOY these are ADORABLE.
So, so cute.
xoxoxoxoxo
Mom

Maureen Merritt said...

Thank you for your comment khushifairy. The best thing about card making is that you get to be creative and add original touches to every piece of art. I happen to love decorating my Christmas tree with bows, so this works for me. Stars, buttons & rhinestones would make nice alternatives!

ThePurplePlace said...

I love this card and saw these adorable trees in the class I took with Jennifer McGuire! They are so cute and work out perfectly with double-sided paper!!

Everything you create is amazing!

:)

Anonymous said...

Your card is so cute! Can't see the pictures of the tutorial...it says you have to be signed in to stamp nation to view???

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