Saturday, December 2, 2017

Visions of Sugar Plums Day 1

Happy December Everyone🎅
I'm so excited to be joining Lori at Choux Choux Paper Art again for "Visions of Sugarplums"
Be sure to Hop along with us over the next 3 days.....there will be lots of fabulous Christmas projects to inspire you.


I really enjoy making my own Christmas decorations!
Here is what I started with...die cut snow flakes, twine, wood beads, skewers, pretty pattern paper and an old wood curtain rod.
 I glued cardboard circles covered in the pattern paper to the wood curtain rod pieces, which I have wrapped in plaited twine. Bead, glue, snowflake.........repeat! 
 The trees are 11 inches high.... I used Artistry cricut cartridge to cut the snowflakes


 Christmas trees🎄
Here is your chance to win some Fabulous prizes from our Sponsors

How do you win?  

1.  Start by leaving a comment at Choux Choux paper art letting Lori know you would like to win
2.  Visit all the other blog's and leave comments.  
3.  Lori will pick at name from a "hat"  as many times as you leave comments.  Example:  Leave 14 comments = your name 14 times in the "hat".

Be sure to enter your Christmas projects in the challenge HERE 


Here is the blog list.......next stop is Lisa

Happy Hopping....see you again tomorrow🎄
Tracey 

31 comments:

  1. Ooh, Wow Tracey! Those are Beautiful and so crafty! LOVE the idea behind it... makes me want to make my own trees now! :) Have a wonderful day!

    Theresa

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  2. These are just lovely Tracey. Love them!

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  3. THESE ARE AWESOME!!! hold on, let me put my indoor voice back on....I really love these! Can imagine a lot of awesome combinations!

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  4. oh my goodness!!!! These are adorable! I am sooooo going to make one of these...maybe more than one. Ăś

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  5. what fantastic little trees - love the idea of using the snowflake die cuts - i was thinking this might be a way to use all the empty wood thread spools i have!

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  6. Oh my stars! Your forest of snowflake trees is absolutely gorgeous, Tracey! And oh, how I love the pretty angel you included in your photo; I've started a wee collection of this series, too! Thank you for the Saturday smiles!
    ~carol

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  8. Oh my gosh, Tracey! Your talent never disappoints! These snowflake trees are amazing!!!

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  9. Oh Tracey...this is so awesome. Thanks for sharing the ingredients !! I happen to see this on Pinterst and was wondering how to do it. I love paper snowflakes.

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  10. Wow, Tracey, these are so creative!! I love how they look!! I am going to make some of these!! Thanks for the inspiration, my friend!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  11. Such beautiful snowflake trees. I love them.

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  12. Oh, my goodness! What fabulous trees. Who knew bead, glue, snowflake would be so beautiful!

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  13. Those are AMAZING! I love your snowflake trees! Absolutely beautiful!

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  14. WOW so pretty and the angel and shovel just set the scene perfectly !!!

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  15. Darling trees! Was
    in store today and
    saw a simular made
    tree like this.
    Carla from Utah

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  16. Fantastic, I love these trees. Such a brilliant idea.

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  17. Gorgeous snowflakes trees...so pretty!!!

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  18. This is such a great idea ! And the result is just lovely ! margessw@icloud.com

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  19. what adorable decorations. Such a clever idea. I've let Lori know I'd love to win

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  20. This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. So BEAUTIFUL!!
    Thank you for showing us how to make them!

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  22. This idea is so creative! I love the snowflake Christmas tree! Beautiful and very unique!

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  23. Amazing little Christmas trees! Love the way you created them - so genius!

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  24. SO creative and fun, Tracey. Thanks so much for sharing in the Visions of Sugarplums Blog Hop.
    Karen Letchworth

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  25. These are beautiful, Tracey. Thanks for the inspiration and sharing.

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  26. Oh my gosh! What a fun idea! And they are very cute! Happy holidays

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  27. This is such a great idea. I'm not that creative on my own...LOL I would love to WIN any of these awesome prizes. Thanks for the fun creations!
    Sierra Winters

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