Saturday, December 20, 2008

Merry Christmas



I still am not fully better, but I just wanted to wish my friends a very wonderful holiday. I hope to be back in full action for the new year. Here is a cute Christmas tree that was very easy to make. I used a cylinder shaped styrofoam cone, scrapbook paper cut into strips, and straight pins. I then dusted the loops with some sparkly modge podge. Finally, I screwed into the top a star that I looped some ribbon on.


Have a wonderful Christmas filled with family, friends, and good times =)

8 comments:

Kim said...

Lor that is AWESOME! I walked past the tree cones at Michaels the other day and almost bought one! Now I wish I did after seeing your project...it's BEAUTIFUL! You did an awesome job! Very crafty! Hope you all have a wonderful holidays! Stay warm with the snow! Brrr!
Hugs~ Kim

TA Carbone said...

Loreen beautiful job. I made one last year and it was so cute since it is only me at least I had a Christmas tree.

Happy Holidays to you and your family and hope the little one enjoys what Santa brings

TA

deb said...

WOW!! This is just awesome!! I love it! Very creative!! I will give it a try after Christmas and will be ready for next year!!
Merry Christmas to you and yours, and wish Julia a Happy Birthday today from gramma deb!
hugz

Ami said...

I think it's beautiful....now if only I can find some foam in the house LOL. It's tooo cold to go outside brrrrr.

Lisa j said...

Love this Loreen! Thanks for posting...I have a few small tree cones and still haven't done anything with them, maybe now I will pull them out!

I hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

Sarah {SCS: Sairabee} said...

Hey Loreen! First of all, this is beautiful! Second, those cake balls took forever to make. Well, it seemed like it anyhow. In reality maybe it was only 2 hours or so. I made my cake the night before, then broke it the day I was going to make them and mixed it with the frosting and rolled them into balls. If you stick the balls in the freezer to chill (about 30 mins) they work better, then you just have however long it takes to dip them.

Let me know how they turn out!

Nancy Jacobs Basketmaster said...

What a great way to use up those tiny scraps. Thanks for the inspiration. Very Cute!
Nancy Jacobs
www.basketmasterweavings.blogspot.com

HeathersHobby said...

What a cute tree! Love it!