These little Cookie Cutter Christmas Trees are so cute but so easy to make!
On the spectrum of holiday decor, I tend to like more modern decorations. Which is why, when saw these little christmas tree cookie cutters at the craft store for only 99 cents, these beauties popped into my head. They are simple, modern, sparkly and so cute. They were super easy to make AND they came out exactly like I imagined in my head. It’s like the holy grail of crafting! Here’s how I made them:
Cookie Cutter Christmas Trees
1. I bought these metal cookie cutters for 99 cents each at the craft store. A couple quick coats of gold spray paint and they were beautiful gold trees!2. After the paint was dry, I put some craft glue all along the back edge of the cookie cutters and glued them straight to the scrapbook paper. Then I let them sit until the glue was dry. When it was dry, I used an exacto knife to carefully cut around the outside edge of the cookie cutters. And that’s it, you’re done!
I’m planning to display these on a side table for the holiday season, but these would also make really cute ornaments!
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