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Contemporary Christmas Tree

I love using products from AlteredPages to produce items of art that make me smile. This was no exception! I also got to use a great product provided by our sponsor for the month, Craft Attitude. I love the Craft Attitude printable film and can now see how wonderful and versatile it is.
I can’t wait to experiment  even more with Craft Attitude!

I  loved coming up with the armature style tree and adding sweet Christmas styled ornaments on it. I hope you too will enjoy my journey into fun.

Aluminum Wire
Scrap wood block
Craft Attitude™
Circular Punch
Hole Puncher
Zip ties for holding the bunch together

See you next month, Happy Thanksgiving!


  1. Adorable Christmas tree! Great job!

  2. Those tags are just darling and make great ornaments for your tree!

  3. Your tree is very creative♥ Happy Thanksgiving to you!

  4. This is such a creative idea! This tree could become a staple decor item and changeable ornaments for seasons or family photos.

  5. How fun is this? I love your very creative tree! Thanks for the video tut...they are always so helpful.

  6. This idea is awesome! and it's so beautiful!!

  7. What a fabulous ornament tree. Very clever of you to come up with that idea, Debi!


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