Tuesday, September 15, 2015

DIY Christmas Home Decor - Slot Tree

By Alicia McNamara

Today over at the Kaisercraft Blog the Design Team are showcasing some Christmas Decor using the "Home for Christmas" collection.  I chose to decorate a slot tree.
I can just imagine three of these along the middle of the table on Christmas Day and they are very quick and easy to make.


1. Paint the edges of your tree.
2. Use the wooden panels to trace the pattern onto the paper and cut out.
Slot your tree together.
3. Use glue or mod podge to adhere the paper panels to the tree.
4. Decorate the tree with pearls, snowflakes dies, heart dies and a sticker.
5. Glue a doily to the bottom of the tree.
6.  Add some leaves and paper blooms.
7. Glue a star to the top of the tree.

These little trees would make lovely gifts for family and friends as well.
The decorating possibilities are really endless.

By Alicia McNamara

You might like to consider this little snowflake die as an addition to your crafting collection, if you don't already have one.  It is so versatile! I have used it in nearly every single one of my christmas creations this month.  The paper pops out really easy and can be made in any colour paper to go with the papers you are using.  It really adds a bit of Christmas glam to any project.  Its a very easy, space-filling embellishment.

By Alicia McNamara

I popped a little Paper Doily underneath with some paper blooms and leaves from the Collectable pack.  The Love, Peace, Joy is a sticker.  I really enjoy using these stickers.  They are excellent quality and sit so nicely on any creation.

Kaisercraft Products I Used: 
SB2380 Slot Tree

P1936 Sugar Plum

P1937 Pinecones

P1938 Eggnog

P1940 Decoration

CT838 Collectables

DD318 Card Creations Snowflake Card Flip

EM405 Paper Doily

DD728 Decorative Die Christmas Trees

ST921 Seasons Greetings

F664 Paper Blooms – Fire Red

F653 Mini Paper Blooms – Ruby

SB789 Chino
KC002 Antique White

Stay tuned for more Christmas Creations and Family Tree Layouts coming up on my blog this week and next week : )  I have been busy doing lots of research on my Family Tree lately and learning a lot! 
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