Tuesday, November 9, 2010

SVGCuts project - A Miniature Christmas Tree.

I know that I'm a little early, but I just love this season.  I love everything about it - spending time with family, sharing the spirit, eating yummy food, sending out handmade cards (yes, I actually do like doing this - although it IS very STRESSFUL!), giving gifts, seeing all the lights and decorations in the stores, listening to Christmas songs...  So, I decided that I may as well enjoy it by starting it early for me :)

Here is my next project for SVGCuts.  It is my miniature Christmas tree, inspired by our tree at home.  These are the same color schemes for our tree this year, and can't wait to put up the real thing.  For the time being, this is sitting by my desk, so at least, in my mind, Christmas time has begun :) 

I took 6 same trees, scored a vertical line through it, folded it, and glued the sides together to make a 3D tree.  I used their SVGs to decorate the tree and make cute little presents.





To make the tree, here's are the collections used:

1. Comet's Candy Land SVG Collection
2. Clara's Christmas Strips SVG Collection
3. Christmas in the Village SVG Collection
4. Dawn's Doilies SVG Collection
5. Betty's Bags and Boxes II SVG Kit

... and if you are looking to get an info on the file sizes and instructions, feel free to message me!

Thanks for looking!

8 comments:

  1. How cute.......I love it! The colors are so pretty. I think my colors are going to change this year after seeing this:)

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  2. Love it!! This is so cute. You are so very creative. I love your blog!

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  3. Oh my I love love this... I am going to have to try to make this....

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  4. Very clever, Thienly! Nice work!

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  5. It is so cute! I love the little garlands and the tiny gifts and gift bags with tissue paper... :-D

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  6. bitter bitter bitter.... My goodness how do you do it? Aren't you supposed to be unpacking!?
    Everytime I look at this Thienly I see something different. This would be an awesome thing to take to a pediatric unit of a hospital. Or any hospital for that matter.
    Again you are my hero! xoxo

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  7. This is so awesome! I love it.. I am totally going to make one! Thanks so much for sharing! As always, fabulous work!

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  8. Where's is my comment...oops...maybe on the forum and facebook....absolutely awesome awesome awesome...I sooooo love it!

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