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3D Paper Christmas Trees - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello and welcome to the Pretty Pink Posh October Release Blog Hop!!! Hello crafty friends! I have made the cutest 3D paper Christmas trees using the Pine Trees dies and I'm very excited to share some tips and tricks for making these trees. The Pine Trees include 3 different sizes and I was able to cut 4 of each from an 8.5" x 11" cardstock. The work is tedious, but the end result makes it all worthwhile. Just enjoy the process ;) Once all the pieces are cut, simply score in half and glue one side to the other. The more trees you add, the fluffier it gets. Here is my first tip: use a binder clip to keep the trees in place while the glue dries. I used 10 trees each for these pink ones: I cut some snowflakes from the Winter Mug dies and used them as tree toppers. How about some pretty, pink, posh ghosts? (You like what I did there? Hehe) The ghost die cut is also included in the Winter Mug dies. You can add a little bit of glue or just tuck it in-between the pages of the

Mitten Shaker Tags - Pretty Pink Posh

  Hello crafty friends! I’m sharing Mitten-shaped shaker tags that I’ve made using the new Mitten Shaker Die.  For these gift tags, I cut the mittens in glittered cardstock and cut several pieces in white cardstock, which I glued together to make a well for the shaker. To have a coordinating look to the tags, I used patterned paper from the same paper pad for the backing of the shaker tags. I simply traced the mitten on the patterned paper and acetate and cut to shape.  I filled the mittens with Holiday Cheer Mix clay confetti. I then use a cropadile to punch a hole for the tag and twine. I love the way these turned out and I can’t wait to use them for my Christmas gifts.  That’s all for these shaker tags. I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project. Thanks for stopping by!

Tea Box - Pixi Dust Designs

Hello crafty friends! This month, I am Guest Desiging for Pixi Dust Designs - they are a new craft company and I love their products on their site. So I was super excited when   they reached out to me for a Guest Design spot.   When I received the products in the mail, the first thing that caught my eyes were the purple dies. Their dies are soooo pretty! It’s such a unique look and I’m totally obsessed with it. Let’s get to today’s project share.  I’ve made a small box that I filled with mini cards. For this project, I used the Tea Box dies and Spellbinder paper.  I first cut the main pieces of the Tea Box in pink cardstock and cut a heart window on the inside panel. I glued a sheet of acetate on the back of the heart. I then folded at the score lines and glued the tabs to form the box.  Next, I cut the front and side panels in patterned paper and glued them onto the box. I then embellished the box with a gold star and foam mounted a “Merry Christmas” banner. Lastly, I filled