Monday, 17 November 2014

Rolled Paper Christmas Tree...

 

Hi Blogging Buddies...

Well I was so impressed and LOVED the gorgeous card that my lovely blogging pal Kat made for In The Pink last week, that I just had to give it a go!  Kat's was in pink.. (for our challenge) - so I tried to make something a little bit different... however, it was hard as really there's only one way to make a rolled paper tree!


It was so very easy to make though.... I used a wooden skewer to roll my paper around before glue-ing- and I used some bits of paper left from LOTV pads, combined with other scraps that were lying in my bit box in similar tones.  I just cut each roll a tiny bit shorter than the last... stuck them all together on a strip down the back... added a bit of corrugated card for the base, a bow,  then stuck the whole thing onto my kraft card square (cut with my Li'l Inkers Stitched Square die (are you getting fed up of seeing that die yet?? hehe).  I added a star - and it was done.  Not a bit of colouring in sight - just fingers covered in glue!

The letters are from a very, very old Hero Arts set.... but they do come in handy every now and again... 

Hope you like this card... and that you'll maybe pop over to Kat's blog HERE to see her original, and PINK creation!! 

Big hugs and Happy Crafting..

21 comments:

  1. So pretty Christine! Love the rustic vibe! The shimmery star on top is like the icing on the cupcake ;) Hope you have a great week!

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  2. Well you cracked that one wide open buddy! This is fabulous! I love it. xxx

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  3. I loved Kat's card too and want to give it a go. Yours is just as beautiful x

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  4. This is gorgeous Christine and not at all what I expected when I popped over. It's not pink... and it's different than what you usually do but I love, love, love it!
    I checked out Kat's too and the two of you have done brilliant creations. Love the colours here too and the perfectly placed sentiments.

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  5. Fabulous Christine, love that tree!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  6. cute card I tried to link up at your challenge but to no avail! lizzi

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  7. Loved Kat's card and love yours too :o)
    Really must give it a go.
    Hope you had a wonderful weekend.
    Debs xx

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  8. This is gorgeous Christine, the tree looks fabulous. I must have a go at this!
    Lorraine x

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  9. Gorgeous Christine, great papers and a really lovely tree.
    You should enter this into the snippets playground with all those snippets of papers, new entrants are always showcased and there is a fab die on offer for this week.

    Kath x

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  10. Oooooh! I like this idea Christine, might have to have a go at this myself... gorgeous :o) Hugs, Lisa x

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  11. wow it's so effective...I might just have to make one of these too.

    Fi
    x

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  12. Love your rolled Christmas Tree its fabulous. Thinking of all my scraps I may have to have a go too.
    luv
    Debby

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  13. Love the kraft, and I love how u have created your tree :-) xx

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  14. Wonderful tree and a superb CAS card Christine :o)
    Jackie xx

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  15. Wow!!! What a BRILLIANT! idea!! I LOVE it!!! Absolutely beautiful!!!! Stunning!!

    - Susan
    {Scrap A Thousand Words}
    Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges (DT Call Until Nov. 22nd)

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  16. Aw, you are so sweet Christine and I LOVE your Kraft version of the rolled paper tree!
    That stitched square die always looks good and makes a great base for your lovely tree. Love the letters too :-)
    Hmmm, now I want to do one in Kraft - lol!

    Big hugs, Kat xx

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  17. Kat's design was very beautiful and I absolutely love love love your gorgeous Kraft version!Rebecca.
    x

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  18. Hmmm, I'm thinking I may need this die.
    Hugs
    Annette
    xx

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  19. Oooo love this, may have to have a go, off to check out the pink version now. Hugs, Colette xx

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  20. I loved Kat's pink one and I love your kraft and red one too....just heavenly ;) hugs Viv xx

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