When Team Ten decided to use Winter Wonderland as our theme for this month’s holiday decor and gifts challenge from Cricut‘s Design Space Star, I knew that I wanted to create a treescape. I love the look of trees against snow, and Cricut made it easy.
I found the perfect tree in Design Space. It was a lot of fun watching the machine cut it out. There were a lot of intricate bits. I used a variety of cardstock.
When all the pieces were cut, I simply slid them onto a dowel, with the largest piece on the bottom and working my way to the top. I could space the pieces and bend them how I wanted.
I cut out a quick piece of snowy landscape in glittery vinyl for my glass vase. I used some sparkly white filling and placed my trees. It’s a fun little Winter Wonderland Tree Diorama and I can see a whole forest being created soon!
If you liked this, you should really check out what the rest of Team Ten has to offer! And while you’re checking things out, take a look at the new Print then Cut Technology from Cricut!
Winter Wonderland Mantel Luminaria from Let’s Eat Grandpa
Winter Treat Boxes from Crafting in the Rain
Winter Wonderland Decor from Albion Gould
Tea Light Winter Village from Popper and Mimi
Personalized Snowflake Ornament from Sugar Bee Crafts
Whimsical Deer Art from One Krieger Chick
Frozen Inspired Pallet Art from Sweet Rose Studio
I’d love it if you’d check out my Winter Wonderland Hoop Art, as well!
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