I cut 4 evergreen trees on watercolor paper, scored, folded and attached them to each other.
A tattered pinecone coated in Emerald Creek Craft custom soft fallen snow embossing powder and a couple metal pine cones tucked in the corner.
My Candy Apple Red isn't here yet. But, lucky me Candy Red Embossing Powder is a perfect fit with a slight pretty shimmer.
I used the letterpress blocks to spell out "Joyeux". Too bad I ran out of "o" and "e" otherwise I would have added Noel too.. I believe we need a Letterpress Vowel set Mr. Holtz.
The tree is inked with lucky clover, twisted citron and evergreen bough each tree distressed on both sides.
The mini bow distressed and inked along with the inked slate mirrored star.
For the Burlap piece I inked with fired brick using the Festive Stencil.
I wanted to add a group of holiday greens. My punches are still en route so I ended up going a different way. I can't wait for my punches to get here.
I cut and rolled some tiny tattered florals in green and red. Also a sprig of Fall Foliage is tucked in there.
Some well placed jingles and another tattered pinecone all coated with more soft fallen snow embossing powder
The corner needed some hardware so I attached a Victorian Snowflake Charm.
Around the tree there are these adorable mini Christmas lights. They are a dollar store necklace.
You can see ALL my 12 Tags of 2015 HERE.
Inspiration Journal- Tis' the Season
Frilly and Funkie- Tis' the Season
A Vintage Journey- Vintage Christmas
Anything But Cute- You've Got Happy Mail
(I send my Mom all my Christmas "Tim Tags" for her Tree)