Paper Christmas Trees8:56:00 PM
When I shared with you my Christmas Mantel, I shared that I had high hopes to fill these empty galvanized buckets.
But here is my tutorial. I took a lovely paper tree template from Ninuska. I opened the file in photoshop. If you don't have photoshop, most other image editing programs that can change size and
I liked the look, but I wanted a tree that was taller and thinner. So I went to image size and unclicked constrain proportions. Then I kept the width and stretched out the height until I found a proportion I liked.
I printed out 4 copies and then found my handy x-acto blades. And every chance I had I cut out all the trees.
I thought about using my sewing machine to stitch it together, but instead I stitched it together by hand....instead of a whole line, I basically just tacked it top, bottom, and center.
And then I stood them up! That's it.
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