Decorate a Christmas Pine Tree
Do you decorate a Christmas Pine Tree? How do you decorate it? Trees can be big, small, tall, short. There is no right or wrong when it comes to selecting your pine tree. Do you decorate a real tree or an artificial tree.
There are so many ways to decorate a tree. Decorations can be natural, themed with certain colours, or characters, or traditional, victorian, or contemporary. Do you put lights on your tree or is it a fibre-optic tree with changing colours. No matter how you decorate, what you decorate with, all Christmas trees are beautiful. There is something magical and mesmerizing about a decorated tree.
Did you know that the first Christmas Tree. In the early 16th century, Martin Luther is said to have decorated a small Christmas Tree with candles. He did this to show his children how the stars twinkled through the dark night.
Stamps: Peaceful Pines.
Ink/Markers: Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark.
Paper: Very Vanilla, Garden Green, Real Red, Gold Glimmer, Gold Foil.
Accessories: Big Shot, Perfect Pines Framelits, Pine Bough Embossing Folder, Gold Emboss Powder, White Emboss Powder, Baker’s Twine Trio Pack (Gold, Garden Green).
Two pine trees on this card are decorated with white embossed solid circles and the focal tree is heat embossed with Gold Stampin’ Embossing Powder. Of course the trees would not be complete with a gold start on the top. The tree theme of this card continues with the use of the PineBough Embossing Folder. To tie it all together (no pun intended), gold and garden green Baker’s Twine from the Baker’s Twine Trio Pack finish off the card.
Leave a comment and tell me how you decorate your Christmas Pine Tree.