Earlier this week I shared a Vintage and grunged up treat cone.... I decided to flip it upside down and lo and behold, there's a TREE!
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You'll need:electronic die cutting machine (Sizzix eclips2 and eCal2)
Treat Cone file from Party on Elm Street (SVGCuts.com)
Geometric Holder 3D die set (Lynda Kanase for Sizzix))
Hot Glue Gun
Gold Shimmer Spray
eBrush, SN Adapter (CraftwellUSA)
Black marker (Spectrum Noir)
Dark Distress Background Stamp (Mixed Media Supplies)
Ink (whipped cream, pumpkin bread - Fun Stampers Journey)
Paper (EP Chillingsworth Manor, Fun Stampers Journey Pumpkin Bread, Whipped Cream, Black Licorice)
pop up dots (Fun Stampers Journey)
Have fun! I sure did!
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