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Michele Kovack

Christmas Tree Ornament using 3D Foam Shapes!

Good morning friends! Michele here with an easy Christmas ornament using a few of my favorite 3D Foam Shapes! (And lots of glitter!)




Want to know how to make one of your own?  First, I took the 3D Foam Pennant and lined them up on a piece of kraft card stock. My bottom row had five pieces and then I decreased them by one each row.


I peeled off stickers for bottom row and sprinkled my darkest green glitter.  Each row above was layered on top and sprinkled with a lighter green shade.


For the trunk of the tree, I simply turned the pennant around and hid the pointy part under the rest of the tree.  It was sprinkled with brown glitter. I added a bit of glue between layers using the Home Hobby Dual Tip Glue Pen.  I wanted to make sure all the layers stayed together well.


And of course, no Christmas tree would be complete without a gold star at the top!  I used two shades of gold glitter on the 3D Foam Stars.    I added a dab of glue behind the star as well for extra security! 😉


One last peek at my ornament all put together!


Thank you so much for stopping by!

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:

3D Foam Stars
3D Foam Pennants
Home Hobby:
Dual Tip Glue Pen
Glitter (Tonic & Martha Stewart); Cardstock (Papertrey Ink)

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