DIY Scrapbook Paper Christmas Trees & Vignette

December 14, 2017
Hi and welcome to a little DIY Christmas Tree craft and vignette!

Let's gather around our craft tables and make these super cute and easy Scrapbook paper Christmas Trees!



This DIY Christmas Tree craft leans towards "old school," as well as simple and fast!

These Christmas Trees are not perfect because this craft involves tracing and cutting, so grab some scissors, a pen and let's get going!

I am pretty certain this craft project could be done more precisely with a Sizzix Die Cut Machine.

Which by the way I have asked for as a Christmas gift...hint to Hubby.


SUPPLIES FOR DIY SCRAPBOOK PAPER CHRISTMAS TREES

Supplies For DIY Christmas Trees



  • Vintage style and sheet music print scrapbook paper.
  • Pre-cut balsa wood Christmas Trees.
  • Birch wood rounds.
  • Scissors.
  • Modge Podge.
  • Epoxy or Hot glue gun and glue sticks.
  • Glitter.
  • Paint Brushes.
  • Paper Plates.
  • Pen or Pencil.
  • Paper Towels.
  • Embellishments (optional).



TUTORIAL FOR DIY SCRAPBOOKING PAPER CHRISTMAS TREES

DIY Christmas Tree Tutorial



You can easily adjust the amount of glitter you would like to frost the Tree.



Once I finished this easy DIY Modge Podge Christmas Tree project, I added them to my Christmas Village Vignette.

For added height just place the Christmas Trees on leftover birch wood rounds.

Christmas Village


Thank you for joining me today in my DIY Christmas Tree Journey and Vintage Vignette!

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Comments

  1. Good morning Jemma,
    I love these trees! I haven't done decoupage in ages and I really enjoy doing it (though we all end up wearing and eating glitter for weeks afterwards)....I will have to get back to this fun craft again. These trees look so sweet in your vignette! Beautiful my friend! Happy crafting! Sending love and holiday best wishes....Linda

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  2. I'm not a huge fan of decoupage but these trees are adorable. Easy fun projects for Christmas are the best and what a sweet display, Looks like a little vintage is mixed in . I'm thinking scrap fabric would be another neat option if paper wasn't handy. Merry Christmas!

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  3. Chris K in WisconsinDecember 14, 2017 at 3:06 AM

    Where did you find the birchwood trees? This craft is adorable!!

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  4. These are so wonderful! Did you get the precut trees at Hobby Lobby?

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  5. Chris K in WisconsinDecember 14, 2017 at 3:16 AM

    I have seen the birchwood slices, but it is the trees I haven't seen. Where did you find those?? Thx so much!!

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  6. Great tutorial. And yes, more precisely, maybe with the gadget. And yet I don't think it would be nearly so much fun. I love this look.

    These are elegant but fun. They'd be a great craft for a mid-level or even beginning crafter and your tutorial instructions are so clear. I'm saving this one!

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  7. This are so pretty! And you know I have enough scrapbook paper to paper my entire house without even darting to the store! Plus they have glitter! That is a requirement! Love these trees!

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  8. These little houses are enchanting...love the glitter...you never can have too much glitter. :)

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  9. Oh, I love these!! So adorable and just blend in so nicely with your display! Thank you for making the directions so easy to follow, too. God bless you, sweet friend. :)

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  10. I purchased the birchwood slices and balsa wood trees from Hobby Lobby! Thanks for stopping by:)

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  11. What a cute and creative idea! Love how it turned out.

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  12. Jemma, these are so creative, and I love those little birch wood rounds. You did a really nice job on the little trees. The glittery one with the song notes is so pretty, and Oh, the train, that got to me right away, as my grandfather worked for the railroad and I have a fascination with the trains. Look at those sweet carolers, how cute. It looks a wonderland village - just darling, Jemma. I am enjoying all the clever projects you are working on. Thank you for sharing them all.

    love, ~Sheri

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  13. Jemma, I love pairing handmade and vintage & these are darling! I would love to have you share them at the Creating Christmas link party I'm hosting. Hugs! Cecilia @ My Thrift Store Addiction
    https://mythriftstoreaddiction.blogspot.com/2017/12/a-rustic-and-romantic-christmas.html

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  14. LOVE this idea! Especially the one with the music sheet paper!! Thanks for the inspiration!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  15. Hi Jemma my talented friend. Love these darling trees and the sweet cozy setting you created with them. Adorable and a great tutorial, Thank you for sharing. Enjoy the days up to Christmas. xoxo

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  16. Hmmm... I have most of these supplies around the house. I just need the balsa wood trees to make this happen. Yours are just lovely. I am inspired!

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  17. Oh I adore your beautiful trees dear Jemma. You have been a very busy lady. I do wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas dear friend. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  18. Jemma, so glad you shared your charming vignette at Creating Christmas! Merry Christmas and have a wonderful time with your family!

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  19. Hey Jemma, just dropping by to let you know I'll be featuring your sweet vignette tomorrow! It will be shared on my blog and social media too. Blessings, Cecilia @ My Thrift Store Addiction

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