Most Gorgeous Frosted Tree Christmas Ornament


Most Gorgeous Frosted Tree Christmas Ornament

Learn how to make homemade Christmas ornaments with beautiful die cut shapes! The Most Gorgeous Frosted Tree Christmas Ornament is a wonderful paper craft for Christmas. Learn how to make the lovely miniature tree and embellish it will ribbon, a bell, and a cute snowflake tree topper. This project is an excellent craft to make for your own tree or to give as a small homemade Christmas present. When finished, this ornament looks professional in quality. Impress your loved ones with this beautiful Christmas ornament craft.

Most Gorgeous Frosted Tree Christmas Ornament


  • Christmas Poinsettia PreCut Set
  • Frosty Blanket Paper Collection
  • Banner and Trees Die
  • Sun Kissed Fleur Die
  • Art Institute Glue - Dries Clear
  • Metal Glue Tip - Art Institute
  • Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
  • Paper Blossoms Tool Kit
  • Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board
  • Grand Calibur
  • Solar White Paper (Neenah)
  • Onyx Black Ink (VersaFine)
  • Night of Navy (SU)
  • Silver Wired String
  • Bell
  • Bow-Easy
  • Wine 3/8" Gingham Ribbon (Really Reasonable Ribbon)
  • Fired Brick Distress Stickles (Ranger)
  • Mineral Spirits
  • Prismacolor Pencils: Periwinkle, Black


1. Cut 5 trees from blue designer paper with Banner & Tree Die.

2. Score each piece down center and crease.

3. Glue half a tree at a time with another half using glue and metal tip.

4. Before gluing last 2 sides together, add string wire for hanging and add bell to bottom.

5. Glue last sides together.

6. Add stickles as desired.

7. Add bow to top.

8. Cut snowflake from Solar White with die.

9. Stamp 2 smallest flowers on Solar White with Onyx Black, color, cut with Sun Kissed Fleur Die and shape.

10. Glue flower and snowflake together and add to bow.

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This "most gorgeous frosted tree ornament" sure lives up to its name! I'm missing quite a few things on the list of materials for this project but it sure has lit a spark plug of inspiration within me! I'm going to see if I can come up with substitutes and move forward with it anyway! It might take a little longer but I think that's the fun with crafting! Thanks for sharing!!!


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