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Winter Wonderland Tiered Display

 Winter is here and what better way to brighten up your crafty space (or desk area)
than with an adorable tiered display featuring Winter Wonderland!


I love to decorate this metal tiered stand (I found at Wal Mart) for different seasons; I like to make it functional too with some of my go-to craft supplies.



To the tray I also like to add an "ornament" or sign for each tier, purely for fun and decoration!
  For the winter theme, I chose to craft two little displays using the create-a-cards as the base.  I added a small wooden disc to the bottom of the cards to secure their standing.  




I had so much much sifting through the die-cuts, doodle-pops and washi tapes to create the two cute scenes for the sign-fronts.

Next I wanted to add some height and texture to my tray, so I chose two 6" bottle brush trees.  To them I added the gorgeous acetate snowflake (just attach with hot glue) and a button to the center.  I also adhered a dimensional adhesive dot to the bottom of the tree to hold in place.  

And even the store-bought spool of trim got some attention!  I simply traced the top onto a swatch from the 6X6 paper pad, trimmed out and embellished.

Tiny jars are my fave!  I purchased these at the Dollar Tree and boy do they come in handy.  When I'm set to use certain colors, I'll fill the jars with pins, clips and other small bits.  I also found this handy doweled stand where I can thread on my assortment of winter-y washi tapes.


And I hope you didn't miss the front of the top tier where I added the sweet bunting.  I chose to attach it with repositionable adhesive dots so that it can be preserved once the tray moves into Spring.  

This Winter Wonderland display just brightens any dreary day!
Thank you for joining me today!
Shellye

Doodlebug Design Product:
Winter Wonderland Collection
Winter Wonderland 6X6 Paper Pad
Create-A-Cards
Winter Mini Clothespins
Mini Paper Clip Assortment
Sequin Assortment
Washi Tape Assortment
Jewels












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