7.12.2019

Christmas in July

It's here - our Christmas in July blog hop! Grab your hats and mittens and hop aboard the sleigh as we take a ride through some Christmas workshops!

To get you in the mood, I've got a trio of Christmas trees! They're cardboard cones that have been transformed into a magical Christmas display! Pastes, paper, glitter, distressing - a great way to use scraps!










Before you fly away to the next stop, how about a little giveaway?! It'll be a surprise from Santa for 2 PEOPLE!  All you have to do is leave a comment with a way to contact you (social media link, email, etc).  FOLLOWERS WHO LEAVE A COMMENT WILL GET 2 ENTRIES!!  I'll leave comments open until 18 July!

Now on to your next stop!

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11 comments:

  1. I love all your trees! For some reason the flat sided one sticks out the most!! Perfect!!!

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  2. These are great, Cathy; I especially love the one with the curled paper! You've displayed them beautifully as well :)
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  3. These are absolutely beautiful Cathy!

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  4. I absolutely love these trees Cathy! I especially love the distressed one with the curls! Thank you for sharing your creations with us!

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  5. Love these trees Cathy! Especially that pyramid one! You are so talented!

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  6. gorgeous! I love the trees.

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  7. So pretty and would
    be awesome to stand
    on a mantal.
    Carla from Utah

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  8. These trees are fabulous Cathy! I can't decide which one I like the best! Like you said, a great way to use up scraps. I'm going to have to give them a try. Thanks for the inspiration!:)

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  9. Absolutely Beautiful 🎄
    paper_crafting_beckas_bows (IG)

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  10. Omg!such a gorgeous ideas of transformed this beauty,love the concept,colours effect and the textures...enjoyed a lot


    Hugs xoxoxo
    Rituparna

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  11. Lovely creation...loved the distressing..💖💖😘

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