Monday, March 28, 2011

Spring Scrapbook Paper Tree

Hello fellow crafters!

Tristin and I were invited to be today's featured guest blogger over at Everyday Mom Ideas! We were thrilled with this wonderful opportunity, and wanted to share with the readers over there one of our trees from the collection we're currently doing.

This second tree is very similar to the first one. I'm sorry! I promise, the next ones will be more diverse. But the materials used in this tree are very different and it is a lot easier to overall construct. So what are you waiting for? Go check it out!

(Since this is a guest post on a different blog, and the concept is similar to the first tree.. I may have repeated myself a little. Do forgive.) Ok, now go check it out!


Thanks, Julia, for having us on your blog!

61 comments:

  1. I loved your post Sharon and I love this tree even better than the last one. You and Tristin are going to have to help with the wedding reception I'll be planning soon. I can already see what I want I just want the crafty girls to do it... It will be an amazing addition to your tree collection down the road... Isn't it great how being crafty can get you volunteered. :-)

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  2. WOW! Your trees are so pretty! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. oh my goodness this is so fabulous! just love it & can't wait to make one of my own! awesome idea! hugs!

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  4. Found this on OPT - This is incredible!!!! I am definitely going to make some of these for my friend's bridal shower I'm hosting next month. Thanks for the idea! Love your blog so much!

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  5. I found this on One Pretty Thing! I LOVE this tree! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. This is so pretty and would totally light up a room. I'd love for you to submit this to the M&T Spotlight at http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight

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  7. LOVE this! I'm going tree branch hunting.:)

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  8. ohhh this is exactly what I need to spruce up my bedroom!

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  9. I think these would be great to display earrings on for farmers markets and craft fairs! I've done something similar but the paper leaves are a great touch. Love it!

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  10. I love the paper tree, how can I make it myself?

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  11. Amazing! looks so cheerful and bright.

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  12. Oh I'm so excited! I'm totally doing this on my next day off!
    Tikkitiboo + Ahka Vintage

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  13. Omg so gorgeous!! I stumble across this today (my day off) and already started making one. My bedroom is all black and white and turquoise (pale pale sea foam really) so I'm using different kinds and textures of silver metal wire and then fabric in blue green purple and black and white for a more themed look to go with my room and I am so excited for the end result. What a beautiful inspiration! Thanks!!!

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  14. This is absolutely brilliant - so gorgeous and looks so easy. I can't wait to make one. Thanks so much!

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  15. Just came across your blog through Craftgawker - I love this tree idea! Definitely something I will think about for the fall! You've got a wonderful blog ~ I think I'll spend some time visiting and getting some inspiration. :o)

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  16. OMG it's beautiful! what a wonderful idea! TFS!

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  17. I love it! One more thing to make with all that scrapbook paper I have!

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  18. The tree is so beautiful and simple. Great idea.

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  19. Love it! Im in the midst of making one myself, I used colorful comic books for the leaves instead of scrapbooking paper

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  20. Has anyone seen a punch that would work for making these leaves? I'd lovevto make some of these as centerpieces for my wedding next year, but I can't imagine cutting out that many leaves by hand...

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  21. Great idea. i love it very much, thanks for sharing

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  22. Thanks so much, My approach was different, but you did inspire me!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bedazzle44/6164582071/

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  23. I knew as soon as I saw this that I just had to make it!! So I did and that wasn't enough ... I made a wreath for my front door as well. I collected grape vine at my cottage and branches from a maple tree, wired them together and added tons of leaves. It looks gorgeous!!

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  24. This is simply amazing. So simple yet looks unbelievable! I'm totally making one for my house =) x

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  26. I really love this idea! I can now dig up all that texture/pattern paper I have and make a nice gift for my mom :) Thx!

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  27. Wow this is really amazing... am sure just one piece like this is good enough to make the room colorful...will be experimenting soon... Thanks!

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  28. Oh this is so beautiful. i really like the colours you chose. it reminds me of springtime. i definitely will make one this winter. superbe !

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  29. I must say this is a great craft and I love it you gals are brilliant!

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  30. What a wonderful site! You have some good craft ideas that look fun to make!

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  31. The tree looks really pretty :) perfect for home decor

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  32. I love this tree! So cute! I want to make one too. =) Thanks for sharing!

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  33. i love this........ can i learn to make one?????? please!

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  34. I am totally going to do this! Maybe using felt...?! Thank for the cute idea!

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  35. I blogged about how I gather seasonal scrapbook pages and put them alongside page protectors full of seasonal photos in post bound seasonal scrapbook albums.

    Here's a link: http://kissandtellscrapbooking.typepad.com/my_weblog/2012/02/springtime-scrapbooking.html

    P.S. This spring tree is definately going on my pinterest "spring" board now!

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  36. Hi!
    Your ebautiful DIY is on my blog!
    http://fioridiflowerland.blogspot.com/2012/03/un-po-di-colore-per-la-tua-casa-touch.html

    Thak you so much!

    Sara

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  37. Can you tell me what type of branches you used for this tree. I am going to make these for centrepieces for our wedding in November

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  38. This is SUCH a great idea! I'm thinking easter centerpiece... I have soooo much odd paper lying around, so happy to have found such a wonderful project. Thanks :)

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  39. great idea...I love scrapbooking craft. I will try to make it with my daughter

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  40. What a nice idea for spring! I'm hosting a spring link up today on my blog (http://rustsunshine.blogspot.com/). Would love it if you joined in!

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  41. I made one of these and it's awesome! Thanks for the idea. I think I will make my mom one for mother's day!

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  42. Thanks for this idea! Very beautiful.

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  43. This is breathtaking! I think I'll be making these to put in my daughters room. Thank you so much!

    Brigette-Renee
    www.bringingupeco.com

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  44. I found your tree via Every Day Moms. I loved it, and made my own version! What a wonderful idea!!! Thank you!

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  45. This is superb. Very nice idea for spring. This is so simple to make. Thanks for sharing.

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  46. Just beautiful...cant wait to try this out thanks

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  47. Hello there!!
    Just loved your post and your picture!!

    I would like to let you know that I used your picture with proper credits to illustrate a post on my blog. Please, check if that's ok for you. If you don't want me to do it, just let me know and I will remove it immediatelly:

    http://scrappinessbr.blogspot.com.br/2012/11/artesao-empreendedor-8-repensando-seu.html

    Congratulations on your blog!!
    Kisses,
    Vanessa

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    Scrapbooking Supplies

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  53. OMG these are stunning, gorgeous details and colors. Excellent work you did.
    Scrapbooking Stores

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    Scrapbook

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