Both trees were made with Marvy scalloped circle punches. Super jumbo (yellow punch) on the small tree and Mega (pink punch) on the larger one.
Here's the how-to: Simply punch a scallope circle, then measure in both directions to find the exact center. Mark it with a pencil and then use a ruler to draw lines from the center out to the scalloped edge creating wedges that you will cut out. I started out with a 3-scallop wedge and went up from there as you can see in the picture. The pencil lines will be on the back when you glue them down, so it won't show. I created the snow layer with my Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder and tore it at an angle.
The sentiment is from a retired stamp set from The Angel Company called Greetings.
I sponged Brilliance Moonlight White ink on the edges of each tree layer for a "snow" effect and also used a Stardust clear glitter gel pen on the very edges of the scallops. I also used the glitter pen along the torn edge of the "snow" layer as well as each of the Swiss Dots.
I hope you enjoyed this fun little Christmas card!
Until next time, Tootles!
I would love to see if you make one! Please link directly to the post or picture, Thank you!