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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Mini Sheet Music Trees

Saw this idea in a Michael's flyer, but with scrapbook paper. Since I have so much sheet music leftover from my sheet music wreath, I thought I would give it a try. It was a wee bit time consuming, but I really like how the trees turned out.

I started by cutting out a whole bunch of these:

Then hot glued them to a couple of these:

Olivia likes to help out:

For the top of the tree, I hot glued on a mini silver ornament from a package of ornaments I bought in the dollar aisle of Target. On a side note, whoever thought of that little dollar section you see right when you walk into Target must be a billionaire. I stop every. single. time.

I had a little glitter glue left over from another project and I squirted it out onto some paper and used a paint brush to apply it to the tips of the sheet music triangles. Sparkly!

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  1. Thanks Lori -- your super sweet! But uhhhh who's project belongs in a PB catalog? YOURS. Love it.

  2. Ooh Ooh Ooh. I really likey! Very Antrho! Where does one get old sheet music?

  3. What a great tree. I have some hymnals that I think need to be cut up for this. I guess dollar store here I come - I hope they have some trees left.

  4. These turned out great!


  5. This is beautiful! I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com. Grab my "featured" button.

  6. Love those trees! So glad I found your blog, Love it :)

  7. Beautiful idea, I love it. Wish I had a piano to put it on. =)

  8. Fabulous result! Love the way the branches curl upward!



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