Monday, 5 November 2012

Oh Christmas Tree...Oh Christmas Tree...

 Hi everyone,
I have my DTeam project for My Thoughts Exactly to share with you today
and
my thoughts are turning to ...Christmas...no don`t run for the hills just yet because I have a little vintage project to share with you all that I hope you will fall in love with and be inspired to have a go yourself.
 I will be sharing how I put it together, so stay tuned this month for a step by step.
So what supplies will you need to gather up?
28 wooden spools, Chipboard, Patterned papers, Ribbon, Pin,Twig star, Metal Heart,Tim Holtz Walnut Stain Distress Ink pad,German Glitter Glass- Pearl off white & Sand,Ranger Glossy Accents,Hot glue gun.
What made this tree extra special was the sentiment stamps and guess what?
They are not Christmas stamps ...nooo... see how versatile  My Thoughts Exactly stamps are!!!
I Used 2 of my favourites -
I loooove them and hopefully this little tree will be a treasured keepsake for years to come!
 Well that`s all from me for now, I hope I have inspired you to use your stamps off the page and to go and create a heartfelt gift for someone special this Christmas!
PSSSSSSSSSST .....
Not long till Susan K Weckessers Christmas Love Campaign begins,watch out for another post this week... but if you can`t wait, pop on over Here to find out more.
Hugs
xoxox
I would like to enter it over at-
 Creative Craft World-Make something smaller than 12x12 and add bling
Oozak.com-Winter Vibes 
Crazy 4 Challenges-Anything goes 
Sweet Stampin challenge-All that Glitters 
Pile it on-Make it sparkle 
Anything goes Challenge-Anything goes
Paper Issues -Stamp on it

17 comments:

Rhonda Miller said...

Oh my goodness, this is fantastic. I love the fun word strips and all the 'snow'. TFS.

michelle hodges said...

Gorgeous!! Love everything about this tree!!
Big Hugs!!

Jenny said...

What a fabulous project! Thanks so much for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this week. x

Lisette Morris said...

Love love love it! I pinned it too! Great idea! Thanks for sharing at Oozak challenges.

Pamela said...

What a gorgeous project, thank you for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this week.

Pam x

Melissa S. said...

And this does Sparkle. What a fun project. Don't you just love Christmas. Thanks for playing along with us at Pile It On this week.

Julie Short said...

Sensational Queenie! I love wooden spools and have dragged them home from my trips and op shops all over the world.
Your tree is absolutely beautiful!

Sarah's Little Snippets said...

Oh WOW!! This is fabulous :) Can't wait to see the tutorial....Thank you so much for sharing with us at Creative Craft World. Sarah x

susibee said...

Wow! This is fab,thanks for sharing with us at Creative Craft World.

Annmaree (Emu) said...

That is SO awesome Tracy! Way to go! This is very cool!

Trendy Twine said...

What a beautiful project. You are so creative!

Lesley @ Trendy Twine

Jenn Zeeb said...

Thanks so much for playing along with us this week for the Pile It On “Make it Sparkle Challenge” with us! Just loved your tree, and hope to see you back here next week!

PIO DT
Jenn Zeeb

MiniOwner said...

Oh wow! That;s one gorgeous project. Thank you for sharing with us at Creative Craft World.
Sue x

Lorianna said...

So beautiful,
Thanks so much for playing along with us this week for the Pile It On “Make it Sparkle Challenge” with us! Just loved your card, and hope to see you back here next week!
Hugs
Lorianna PIO DT

Glitzzynews blogspot said...

OMG.........WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
Where do u get these fantastic ideas from? would never have thought of taking some spools etc to make a beautiful christmas tree!! BUT...thats why u are sooooooo over the moon,hills and dales with all ur projects!!awesome is the word i am looking for!!!luv luv luv it,such a special gift that would make..keep up the out of this world ideas,cant wait to see how???
luv xxxxxxx

~amy~ said...

this is AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!

thanks for playing with us at Paper Issues!

Bente Fagerberg said...

This is super cute!! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Paper Issues ! I love this!! :-)