Thursday, October 8, 2009

My Paper Tree...

Here it its! The infamous paper tree that at one point was just a background for real cute snowflake card. Seems ya'll liked it more than my card. I am still crying. Not. I know this tree is HOT. After the lovely response I decided to post the instructions so you can have a tree of your own. Now how much do you love me?

Not only did I type up the instructions but I put them into a format that you can click on and print. No way, did she really? You don't have to have your puter in front of you while you make it. Take the print out anywhere and make your tree!

I bet your wondering why I did it. The honest to god truth is that I've had a hidden desire to be part of Tresa Black's Blogtoberfest! Oh and I like you and you & you too. So shortly my
blog'o'licious will be sporting that 'Blogtoberfest' blinkie! Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaa (say that like Dr. Evil it's funnier) Yes friends, I'm two stamp sets short of taking a wee trip to the looney farm.
With out further a'do, get to printing. Oh one more thing. Don't be a hater now- if you decide to share be nice and give a girl some credit.









17 comments:

Crystal said...

Wow Tracey! Thank you so much for posting such good directions! I can't wait to have a bit of extra time so I can make my own!
I love your humor, btw.

Angela said...

Tracey, thank you so much for posting this idea! I can't wait to try it. They aren't printing out well for some reason. I've tried several different ways, but they are either too small or too pixelated when I make them larger. Any ideas? Thanks again!

Melissa said...

oh, I love this... you are my hero...

onemockingbirdhill said...

Tracey,
Thanks so much for posting this! You obviously have the patience of Job to do this, and I will bet you actually use your quilling tool to QUILL paper. You are like a superhero. But with paper. A paperhero. Thanks again!
Wendy

Ava said...

Tresa may well be the Stamp Goddess ... but you are a Stamp Diva! Love your creativity! and a big Thank You for sharing! (I'm sure you'll get the whole "click and print" thingy working for the Tree Instructions :)
Ava

shannonmvt said...

You are amazing! Thanks so much for sharing.

Meredith said...

Fantastic!!

jolena said...

Wow!! What a gorgeous tree!!!!! I cant wait to make one!! Thanks so much for sharing!! You totally rock!!
Blessings!! Jolena Adams
www.iheartclosetomyheart.blogspot.com

Tracey said...

Ok, girls hopefully I have solved the printing mystery. It worked for me if I posted each slide separately. Sorry!

Tresa Black said...

Tracey, I luv ya so much, GF. You make me laugh out loud, you're such a hoot! And your projects are HOT!

Sara Batkin said...

Oh Tracey this is gorgeous - I love it :O)

Amy said...

Wowzer you are too kind and I will giggle like Dr. Evil all day long if you will share such great ideas. Off to print....bwaaaaaaaaa....
Thanks!!

kimber said...

Holy schmoly...are you for REAL!?

Anonymous said...

Tracey - Thank you so much for the detailed instructions. I have already made 3 of them and plan on making another 7-12 to sell at work with all the proceeds going to our local food bank for our staff Christmas donation!

Thank you!
Joy

SugarBear said...

I love this little tree. What a wonderful paper creation, and one with so many possibilities. Thanks for sharing the instructions.

Holly said...

what paper did you use for the tree???

Tracey said...

Holly the paper was an old kit from Basic Grey.

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