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Decking the Halls at Altered Pages



 
Need to do " a little" decorating yet this year?  Sometimes there's just no place to fit a big tree, but that doesn't mean you can't have one. I purchased this small 12" tree at one of my local stores and decorated it using bottle caps and the Christmas Bottle Cap collage sheet from Altered Pages.  They make beautiful ornaments for any tree, but especially a small one.  There's even a bottle cap die to make the cutting of them quick and easy.  Fill them with a little Crystal Lacquer and allow to dry, add a small piece of ribbon for a hanger and you're ready to decorate. Need a tree topper?  Create your own using a piece of the Joyeux Noel paper and this wonderful  Santa image from the Colorful Christmas collage sheet. 
 
 Let the decorating begin and create your own small ornaments this year.  Just think of the possible places where a little tree would make the holiday spirit brighter...your desk at work...your craft table...for someone in a nursing home...or for someone who owns a small apartment.  The possibilities are endless! 
 
Happy Holidays!
~Peg

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  1. :) Super project! Love the little ornaments for a wee-tree :)

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  2. What a wonderful idea for tree ornaments. Love this!

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  3. Peg how precious is this? The Bottle caps are so perfect. It's wonderful for that small spot that needs some festive cheer. I love little trees sitting in unexpected places to create surprises. Great for a kids tree too, as they can't break anything!!! HAHA

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  4. Love this idea, as an older person in a small home I am space deprived so this is a lovely idea so we don't do without a lovely tree, thanks for sharing

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