Christmas Eve

August 17, 2015


This is Selma Stevenson today. I am so excited to show you the beautiful Christmas Tree you can create with Susan’s new CountryScapes – Woods 4 Holiday Evergreen & Trimmings dies that will be released soon. This is a 6 inch by 6 inch card.


This is the tree die used. This tree die set also comes with the dies to trim the tree and dies for the gift boxes.


1.  To create this “full” branched evergreen, die cut 4 trees. I like to die cut using white cardstock so I can sponge on the exact color I want.

ECD-DT-Aug-2015-Tut-22.  Use a marker to color the tree trunk and sponge the rest of the tree with green ink. This is a delicate die, so it is best to pounce on the color so you don’t tear off the branches.


3.  I only colored the trunk of one tree because you will be layering the others on the back of it.

ECD-DT-Aug-2015-Tut44.  Cut the trunks off the three trees that will be layered behind the top tree. Add dimensional tape to the trunk of the tree that will be on top and two others.

ECD-DT-Aug-2015-tut55.  Add one of the trees, without a trunk, over another tree, moving it down to alternate the branches. Press down well on the trunk to attach it well. Add the third tree over the first two, again lowering the tree slightly, alternating branches.

ECD-DT-Aug-2015-Tut66.  Add the tree with the trunk on top, slightly lower, alternating branches, and you will have a nice full tree.


7.  Below you can see the tree when all four layers are attached.


8.  Have fun decorating your tree with the trims provided in this set. The star at the top of the tree was die cut from the Happy Birthday PopUp set.

9.  Die cut the presents using different pieces of design paper and place below the tree.

10.  Add window. The Garden Notes Carolina Window & Shutters die was used to die cut the window. It was die cut using white cardstock and lightly sponged with Tea Dye Distress Ink around the edges. I used a piece of design paper from my stash to cut out the Santa and attached it behind the window, attaching the window with dimensional tape over the Santa.

11.  Add Merry Christmas Peel-Off and corners to complete card.

Have fun decorating your Christmas Tree!


Elizabeth Craft Designs Products – 

1093 – CountryScapes – Woods 4 Holiday Evergreen & Trimmings (Coming soon)

1086 – Garden Notes Carolina Window & Shutters (Coming soon)

947 – Happy Birthday PopUp

1018 – Corner Peel-Off Sticker

351 – Merry Christmas Peel-Off Sticker

Other Products – 

White cardstock

Forest Moss Distress Ink

Copic E99 Marker

Design Paper of choice

Dimensional Tape

Gold Shiny cardstock

Silver Shiny cardstock

Red Glitter cardstock



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  • Mary Prasad August 19, 2015 at 9:05 pm

    Awesome Christmas tree! I can’t wait to make one!

  • Joleen August 18, 2015 at 9:54 am

    Wow Selma is right!!! Wowzers, wowzers!! This is the coolest card! So creative!! Love the tree!! TFS your talent with us!

  • Tracy Moloney August 18, 2015 at 12:52 am

    WOW wow WOW
    LOVE LOVE LOVE your FABULOUS Christmas Tree card Selma!!!

  • Marjorie August 17, 2015 at 12:37 pm

    The card is beautiful. Love the tree die.

  • Janice August 17, 2015 at 12:23 pm

    I’m working on Christmas cards now and what an inspiration! Simply beautiful!!

  • Mary Holshouser August 17, 2015 at 9:04 am

    I love Christmas. A good chance to go overboard with decorating and not be thought silly.
    Wonderful Christmas tree. It has so much depth and the decorations are great.
    Just a totally fantastic Christmas scene.
    thanks for sharing.

  • Vickie August 17, 2015 at 8:29 am

    Nicely done Selma…I can hear the Christmas music with this sweet joyful scene

  • Eva van Buuren August 17, 2015 at 8:23 am

    Wow Selma…..this is really GREAT!!
    What a gorgeous Christmas Tree and a wonderful, cozy Christmas scene!!
    A beautiful choise of design paper and colors, I really love this card!!
    Big Thanks for the good and clear Tutorial.
    Hugs, Eva.

  • Raquel Mason August 17, 2015 at 8:08 am

    Beautiful Christmas tree!

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