Mini Christmas Tree Place Cards and Ornaments

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If you’re looking for that perfect last-minute touch for your holiday décor and crafting projects, then you’re going to love Melissa Frances Mini Christmas Trees. These charming little trees are ready to go right out of the box, and can easily be used as gift toppers to make your presents extra special. You can also alter them with glitter, mica flakes, and paint, and whatever else you can think of. It won’t be hard to add a touch of holiday magic to your crafts by simply including one of these trees, or better yet — using them as the centerpiece of your next project!

Melissa Frances Mini Christmas Trees Details:

– Package includes an assortment of six snow-covered bottle brush pine trees.
– Three of the trees measure 3/4 inches tall (one green, one pink, one white).
– Three of the trees measure 1-1/4 inches tall (one green, one pink, one white).

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What Does Our Resident Crafter Have to Say?

Vintage bottle brush trees are the one Christmas item that never seems to get old or go out of style. When I was approached to share my thoughts about this product I immediately had an idea for a project that I just had to share! I wanted to make something that was functional and decorative, but with a touch of holiday whimsy. I ended up creating these little place card holders for a holiday dinner and a few Christmas tree ornaments, but you could easily use them as party décor too. These darling trees lend themselves to many different types of projects — they’re perfect for Christmas-time crafting.
 

Mini Christmas Tree Card Holders and Ornaments Materials:

Melissa Frances Mini Christmas Trees

Mini Wooden Spools

Cotton Candy Baker’s Twine

Mica Flakes

Hat Pins

Gel Medium

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Mini Christmas Tree Place Card Holders and Ornaments Tutorial:

Step 1 – Adhere vintage text to mini wooden spools with gel medium, and let dry.

Step 2 – Wrap spool with Cotton Candy Baker’s Twine, and tie in a bow or a knot.

Step 3 – Adhere bottle brush tree to wooden spool with gel medium, and let dry.

Step 4 – Computer-generate name tags,  and then print and cut out into a small banner. Wrap the banner around a hat pin and hold in place with glue or tape.

Step 5 – Embellish the base of the trees with mica flakes using gel medium.

Step 6 – Stick the hat pin into the tree for place cards, or attach Baker’s Twine to create an ornament.

 

Holiday Shipping Schedule:

collection_airmail-200x200We want to make sure you get all of your special gifts on time for the holidays. Due to the hustle and bustle of the seasonal rush, postal delays, and external elements outside of our control like poor weather conditions, please order as early as possible to allow extra time for delivery.

Click here for our estimated time frames to receive packages by December 24th.

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Posted: Thursday, December 11th, 2014 @ 3:06 pm
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4 Responses to “Mini Christmas Tree Place Cards and Ornaments”

  1. Jackie PN says:

    So simple and so adorable!

  2. Barbara Crossley says:

    Thanks for sharing this idea – so sweet!

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If you’re looking for that perfect last-minute touch for your holiday décor and crafting projects, then you’re going to love Melissa Frances Mini Christmas Trees. These charming little trees are ready to go right out of the box, and can easily be used as gift toppers to make your presents extra special. You can also alter them with glitter, mica flakes, and paint, and whatever else you can think of. It won’t be hard to add a touch of holiday magic to your crafts by simply including one of these trees, or better yet — using them as the centerpiece of your next project!

Melissa Frances Mini Christmas Trees Details:

– Package includes an assortment of six snow-covered bottle brush pine trees.
– Three of the trees measure 3/4 inches tall (one green, one pink, one white).
– Three of the trees measure 1-1/4 inches tall (one green, one pink, one white).

_DSC7262

 

What Does Our Resident Crafter Have to Say?

Vintage bottle brush trees are the one Christmas item that never seems to get old or go out of style. When I was approached to share my thoughts about this product I immediately had an idea for a project that I just had to share! I wanted to make something that was functional and decorative, but with a touch of holiday whimsy. I ended up creating these little place card holders for a holiday dinner and a few Christmas tree ornaments, but you could easily use them as party décor too. These darling trees lend themselves to many different types of projects — they’re perfect for Christmas-time crafting.
 

Mini Christmas Tree Card Holders and Ornaments Materials:

Melissa Frances Mini Christmas Trees

Mini Wooden Spools

Cotton Candy Baker’s Twine

Mica Flakes

Hat Pins

Gel Medium

_DSC7271

 

Mini Christmas Tree Place Card Holders and Ornaments Tutorial:

Step 1 – Adhere vintage text to mini wooden spools with gel medium, and let dry.

Step 2 – Wrap spool with Cotton Candy Baker’s Twine, and tie in a bow or a knot.

Step 3 – Adhere bottle brush tree to wooden spool with gel medium, and let dry.

Step 4 – Computer-generate name tags,  and then print and cut out into a small banner. Wrap the banner around a hat pin and hold in place with glue or tape.

Step 5 – Embellish the base of the trees with mica flakes using gel medium.

Step 6 – Stick the hat pin into the tree for place cards, or attach Baker’s Twine to create an ornament.

 

Holiday Shipping Schedule:

collection_airmail-200x200We want to make sure you get all of your special gifts on time for the holidays. Due to the hustle and bustle of the seasonal rush, postal delays, and external elements outside of our control like poor weather conditions, please order as early as possible to allow extra time for delivery.

Click here for our estimated time frames to receive packages by December 24th.

Related Posts: