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    Here is the Christmas Tree card instruction that a few have asked for... Have fun!!! It really is not hard to do at all at least this small tree.
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    Your best guestimate as to how many trees are on this one card?
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    Step 1: Take white cardstock fold and cut to size you want your card. Then stamp with a design of your choice. I used small flowers and green ink. Then draw a triangle in the center of your card the size you want your tree to be.... remember that the tree will be a bit larger then the triangle. Also you can leave the triangle on the card because it will be covered by the trees and will not show.
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    Step 2: Chose 4 or 5 different colors of green paper to punch your trees from. Pick dark and light colors would be best.
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    Step 3: Start at the top of the tree and start gluing the trees in the triangle shape. Place them so that the tree limbs are on the outside of the triangle. And only put glue on the very bottom of the trunk.
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    Step 4: At the top of the triangle glue 2 or 3 trees and angle the trees to form the top of tree. Using a different color as you go. Also in this picture I showed you the amount of trees it took to make this tree. Sorry I don't know the amount I just punch a small pile of each color I used. Remember to only glue the very bottom of the tree trunk.
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    Step 5: Line the triangle all the way down the sides with the trees. I set mine on an angle all the way down. Remember to only put the trunk inside the triangle.
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    Step 6: Now go across the bottom of the triangle with the trees with the limbs on the outside of the bottom line of the triangle. Again gluing only the trunk inside the triangle.
    I but the trees closely together as you can see in the pictures.
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    Step 7: Put STICKLES on the limbs only of the trees and let dry. You can do the STICKLES on every layer of trees or you can wait until you are done with the tree and then put the STICKLES on.
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    Step 8: Now just add another layer of the trees all around the Triangle.
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