Welcome to the Samantha Walker blog hop! You should have arrived here from Guiseppa’s blog, My Creations. If this is your first stop, be sure to head over to Samantha Walker's blog to start at the beginning!
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And now for my contribution to the blog hop…..
I got this idea for an earring tree from How About Orange and had to try making one using Samantha’s backyard tree house file. It worked perfectly!
I slightly modified Samantha’s file by using the knife tool to make a straight bottom on the tree and then welding the tree and trunk together to form the tree. You can use the tree house portion for another cute project.
I cut four trees out of heavy pink cardstock and then glued two of them together to make the tree stronger. You could also use Silhouette chipboard to make the tree even sturdier. You end up with two thick tree shapes.
On one of the shapes cut a slit starting at the center of the top of the tree down four inches. Next cut a slit in the other tree starting from the center of the bottom up four inches. The slits should be just wide enough to make the other piece fit snuggly. Once the slits are cut slip the two pieces together to form the 3D earring tree. Be sure to adjust the width and length of the slits if the tree does not sit flat. You could also put a drop of glue at the top and bottom for added stability.
I used a small round hole punch to make the holes for my earrings and was done! This would make a great gift!
The background paper in the photo is from Samantha’s new Carta Bella collection, Cool Summer. This sheet is double sided with the cutest ice cream banners on the back. I can’t wait to show you more of her collection!
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