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Cricut Christmas Tree Ornament by Annette





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I love the deep edge punches from Martha Stewart. The doily punch is so dainty and perfect for so many different types of crafts.

Supplies

Tags, Bags, Boxes and More Cricut Cartridge
Melissa Frances paper – Cindy-Luo
Martha Stewart Deep Edge punch – Doily Lace Trim
Silver rick rack
White cardstock - Bazzill
Sheer ribbon - ¼ inch
Melissa Frances Adhesive Pearls in white
Glittering glue
Chunky glitter
White rick rack
Grosgrain ribbon
Large white button
White twine
Silver bell
Glue gun
Tacky glue

Directions

With Cricut, add the Cindy Luo paper to the mat and cut out Christmas tree at 6” and score at the slits.



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Fold sides and seal with your choice of adhesive.

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Using the white cardstock, punch a few strips of the doily lace trim.



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Center the strips one at a time on the front of the tree and adhere.



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Turn the tree over and trim off the excess strips with an X-acto knife.

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Cut a piece of sheer ribbon to your desired length and thread through the two slits at the top sides of the tree. Tie a small knot, trim excess and pull the knot through the slit so it is hidden inside the box.

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Measure the silver rick rack to fit the spaces in between the doily strips. Apply tacky glue to the back and adhere. Add the adhesive pearls to the center of the flowers on the doily lace trim strips.



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Apply glue to the sides of the box and add the glitter. I couldn’t get the glitter to show up in the photo very good but its there! Let dry thoroughly before apply white rick rack.



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Measure the white rick rack going from the bottom of the tree, over the top and back down the other side. Apply tacky glue to the back and attach to the sides of the tree.

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Tie a bow with the grosgrain ribbon. Thread twine up through the button, then the bell and back through the button and tie around the bow.

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Attach the finished bow to the tree using a glue gun. I think a bunch of these would be so cute on a tree or used as a decorative gift box for a small gift (money, earrings!)

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Article Reviews:
Submitted by Marlene
What a cute box. I just saw some things made with the cartridge Tag, Bags, and Boxes. I hear it is retired? that is ashame because the new people like me didn't get a chance to buy it. I don't think they should do that, how does that help the customer?
I saw a lady the other day who made a box it was very cute.
Need To tell Provo Craft this is not right.
Marlene
Rating: 5 Stars!
Submitted by Vicki
I love the Christmas tree. I don't have the Cricut cartridge "Tags, bags, boxes and more. Do you have any suggestions what to use to make the tree???
Rating: 5 Stars!
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