5.14.2010

Mod Tree decor in minutes (or A minute!)

 It will seriously take you longer to read this post than it will to make these mod trees.


What you need-
Fabric scraps and this great tree punch.  You will also need a scissors, any old glue, piece of cardstock, and frame.
Cut your scraps into random tree shapes.
I cut out more than I needed so I could play with different layouts.  Punch out your tree bases.
I played around with a few color options.
The stripy ones were cut from paper I stamped with a wood grain stamp.
Use any old glue, I used plain white glue, and tack your tree to the fabric and then to the cardstock background.
Frame and enjoy! 
Enjoy!



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31 comments:

  1. Awesome! Where do you GET these ideas? These are really pretty.

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  2. Cute idea! Just wondering if you have a button code that I can add to my blog roll since I follow you regularly? Maybe I'm blind! lol
    crystal

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  3. Well how cute is that?! Love it!
    {Rebekah}

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  4. Amazing! Once again you have dazzled us. My hat's off to you.

    Carolyn

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  5. Those are great!! I love the green tree on the right end:D

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  6. I HAVE THAT PUNCH! I am so excited to do this, LOVE IT!

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  7. I love this! And that punch is amazing!

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  8. Now I need a tree punch. Super cute!!

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  9. Ok, now this is CUTE! Maybe you should sell some punched trees in your etsy shop...or even tree & fabric "kits".

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  10. I second the motion to sell punched trees in your shop. I love this, but I'm not sure I can justify spending $13 on a punch right now...

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  11. What a great idea and so much fun putting in all together ,for some sweet home decor!

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  12. OK... seriously... I look for lots of ideas online and many seem to be 'not-so-original' ... but this one.... ADORABLE! I think I'll do this for my bestfriend's soon-to-be nursery. Thanks for such a cute idea:-)

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  13. Very cool! I love this idea. You have great punches.

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  14. I would have never guessed it would be that easy, very cool!

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  15. So fun! That would be cute in lots of rooms!

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  16. CUTE!! Now I need that tree punch!

    THis is going on my blog this weekend!

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  17. This is adorable! I hope you don't mind, I"m going to add you to my weekly blog linking party, and would love to see you there too! Sun thru Tues @creativejewishmom.com all the best!

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  18. Super easy and super cute! Nice!

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  19. I LOVE these! I just need to find that punch!!

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  20. That is so cute! I am definitely adding this to my list of things to make!

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  21. So clever! I love it! And love that there's such a thing as a tree punch.

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  22. Very cute! I love trees. I may just have to go buy that punch!

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  23. This is great. Those trees look like a million bucks. I should try something like this with animal theme for my tots room. Thanks for linking up to Tot Tuesdays!

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  24. Thank you very much for this tutorial, I have already used it twice - I hope you don't mind and will let me use it again... :)

    You could see the results here:

    http://craftingcoco-nut.blogspot.com/2010/06/komplecik-prezentowy.html - this is what I did myself, as a gift for an 8-year-old girl

    and here:
    http://craftingcoco-nut.blogspot.com/2010/07/pokolonie-lipcowe-zakonczone-mae.html - during a week of summer art/craft classes with kids from 3 to 7 years old

    I found your blog through creativejewishmom.com :)

    I'd appreciate your comment a lot!
    Thank you again!

    Greetings from (now very hot) Poland!

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  25. AnonymousJuly 24, 2013

    Friggin' awesome!

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