Monday, July 25, 2016

Christmas Tree Clothespins

I made the Santa Hat Clothespins a few days ago and wanted to come up with a second version and figured I would try Christmas trees.

If you would like to see the Santa Hat version please CLICK HERE.

 Here are the supplies that I started off with. I did change up and used brown card stock instead of green and added yellow card stock as well.
 I used the Tree Builder punch from Stampin Up and cut out two of each using their Baked Brown Sugar card stock.

I layed them out in rows of five because I will be making twenty of them.
 I used some green glitter paper next using the same tree builder punch, I cut the trunk off.

You will need two of each punch outs.
 I then used some yellow heavy weight card stock from Hobby Lobby and gold glitter card stock and a star punch from Hobby Lobby as well.
 I used Tombow Mono glue to adhere the glitter card stock to the colored card stock.
 I used some Stampin Up dimensionals of the stars and hot glued the trees to the green clothes pins that I purchased from Micheal's.

If I were to do these again I would use smaller circle foam dots next time.
 I used some red stickles to add some extra color and sparkle and make it look like bulbs or ornaments.

Close up

Close up
Some basic supplies I use I purchase from Hobby Lobby or Micheal’s with coupons or on sale
Hobby Lobby brand is called The Paper Studio
their website is
- I used their Heavy Weight card stock in the color yellow and some glitter paper in 8 1/2 by 11 sheets
- I purchased their brand star punch
Micheal’s brand is called Recollections
their website is
- I used their brand Clothespins in the color green
- I also purchased my glue gun and Tombow Mono glue there
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- I used their retired Baked Brown Sugar card stock and Tree Builder punch

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