“Tea Bag Fold” Rustic Christmas Tree

“Tea Bag Fold” Rustic Christmas Tree


It has been a while since I had created a “tea bag fold” Christmas tree and thought it would be fun to make another one for this card.  (HERE is my first one, and here is a tutorial on how to make it.)

Paper used on this card is Snowflake Mix (#712257), Wooden Fence (#154484), and Textured Cream Sheet Music (#142950) which are all by The Paper Studio.  The card base is Recollections heavy weight ivory.  I inked all the edges and the burlap ribbon with Gina k Charcoal Brown ink.

The “wooden” panel was cut with a die from the Spellbinders “Curved Rectangles” (S4-006) die set.  The star was made with a Fiskars punch (#03-026386).

The Modsquad Challenge this week is “Non Traditional Christmas Colors” where we are to use non traditional colors on our cards; no red, green, silver, or gold.  Anything else is good.  (Sadly, this site is no longer active.)

Over at the Die Cut Diva’s, the challenge this month is “Winter Time” where we are invited to share our winter-themed cards and projects.  In addition to the theme, all cards/projects must be made using at least one die cut or embossing folder (using any die cut machine including Cameo and Cricut machines).

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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7 thoughts on ““Tea Bag Fold” Rustic Christmas Tree

  1. Here you are again with an unforgettable card looking so different from he usual card. I am not sure which one I like better. Thank you for sharing it with us at the Mod Squad Challenge with week. So glad that you did. Merry Christmas to you and good luck.
    Barbara Challenge host and DT Member.



  3. Pingback: Mod Squad Challenge – “Non Traditional Christmas Colors” – A Top 3 Winner! | I Played With Paper Today!

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