Paper Christmas Tree
For this Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Mix & Match design team project, I gathered several Pitt Artist pens and randomly drew multi-color lines to create the tree fringe. Then to add a bit more dimension to the tree, I stamped the lines using a contrasting color (black).
This little tree used about 1 and a half pieces of 12×12 scrap paper. When you have all your lines colored in, simply gauge the size of the strip to the size of the Styrofoam cone piece. Once you have your strips cut to size, snip the edges almost to the top of strip using your scissors. Glue each strip to each cone and secure with stick pins if necessary. Allow to dry then assemble the cones to create the tree. If any bare space show, simply fill in with some more fringed paper strips and gems.
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- Pitt Artist Pen big brush Stampers pen (Black 199*** , Magenta 133*** & May Green 170***)
- Pitt Artist Pen “s” (Magenta 133***)
- white glue
- stick pins
- Faber-Castell stamp
- Floral Craft Styrofoam Stack Tree
- White scrapbook paper 12 x12
- Gems in various colors
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