Cutting a triangle Christmas tree begins with a rectangle. I cut rectangles in various sizes, but for this explanation, I'm using the dimensions of 1-1/2" x 3-1/2.
Find the center of the short side (eyeball it) and cut from the center point down to the bottom corner. Repeat for the other side starting at the center point. Voila! You have a perfect triangle tree shape!
Before I started cutting triangle trees, I had an idea in mind to use the following papers/materials:
Felt, Glitter Paper, Paint Chips, Background Scraps, Small Pattern Papers, Embossing Folders, Scrap Ribbon, Washi Tape
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