How to Make a Button Tree Christmas Card
Buttons aren’t just for sewing onto shirts any more, they’re great to use in all sorts of crafts! Your family and friends will love this beautiful button tree card it’s a great project to get you started with your Christmas cards. December will come around sooner than you think, so it’s time to get making!
Project with thanks to Suzie Attaway
Suitable for: Intermediates
Time to Make: 40 minutes
1. Using a hole punch, cut out some mini silver, white and pale blue glitter paper spots.
2. Take some white, silver and irridescent wooden buttons, and along with the punched glitter spots, arrange them on the silver grey card in a Christmas tree shape. When you are happy with the design, glue in place.
3. Cut a small blue glitter self-adhesive ribbon ‘trunk’ and apply below the button tree, and add a silver confetti star to the top.
4. Cut a length of “Let It Snow” sticky ribbon and stick along the bottom of the card beneath the tree.