Thursday, November 21, 2013

A Very Merry Miniature Christmas Tree - SVG Cuts project.

Hello friends!
I'm excited to share with you my latest SVG Cuts project today!

For those of you that have been following me for a long time -
you'll notice that this idea was shared in the past - way back in 2010.
However - I updated the project - new papers, and some files -
to have a bit more of a current look,
and better photos, too!

For those of you that love Christmas trees -
you're gonna love this one!

It's a miniature Christmas tree!

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So pretty, right?

It is a perfect size to set it by your bedside,
or your craft table,
or for those with small spaces that they don't have a place for a big tree.

Even better - this is a perfect way to celebrate for those
having to spend Christmases away from home.

The tree base is made by cutting same six pieces, 
vertically folding it and gluing the sides together.

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The star is made using the same techinique as my latest Wizard of Oz card (last post).
I made two of these - for the front and back, so it actually looks like a 3D embellishment!
A toothpick as inserted at the bottom to insert it into the tree!
Yep - it's totally like trimming a real tree!

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The rest is totally up to you!
I decorated with a garland and ribbonslights, trims...
and of course ornaments!

I accented the lights with glossy accents to give a bit of shine!

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You can adhere the items that wraps around onto each part of the tree where it joins,
and I adhered the ornament directly on the tree by using foam tape to bring them out a bit.

This below is the cutest part!

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Adding presents at the bottom!
Basically, you can simply wrap little boxes,
but to add a bit more fun,
I used various SVG Cuts bags and boxes files.
Then I added some twine and ribbons to dress it up!

The tree skirt is a simple doily, but it adds, too!

I hope that you liked the project today - 
and if you're interested in making this,
you will need:

1.   Comet`s CandyLand SVG Collection (tree and lights)
4.   Doilies SVGCollection (tree skirt)

and then just head on over to SVG Cuts blog for details on how to make this!

Oh, and don't forget to pick up the latest SVG Cuts kit!
It's probably going to be the best advent calendar that you will ever own!

That's it!
Thanks for coming by!
Have a beautiful crafty day! :)


  1. Once again, another stunning project from you! I absolutely love it, especially those tiny gift boxes :)

  2. You amaze me with your SVG creations! This is fantastic! Love the string of lights and those precious presents!

  3. Eeeek this is precious! cute, cute, the strands of lights and all of the little goodies that make it extra special!



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