Just in case you don't have your Christmas cards ready - how about one last fantabulous idea! Thank you to Stephanie for this great tutorial on her 3-D tree from our Corrugated sheets!
2. Once you have your three trees cut out you will need to fold them all in half lengthwise with the white corrugated side on the inside. To make the folding a little easier and ensure the fold is right down the middle, I scored my trees down the centre with my scoring board. If using a scoring board, put the tree upside down (white corrugated side facing down) to make it easier to run the scoring tool down the tree.
3. When all three trees are folded in half, you will need to adhere them all together to create your dimensional tree. I recommend using a strong adhesive as the corrugated sheets are thick and you will be bending the tree pieces a lot to assemble the tree and adhere it on your card. I used Glossy Accents by Ranger and my tree held together great!
4. To adhere the tree pieces together you will need to apply the glue to both brown sides of one tree. Once you have the glue on, you will adhere another tree on each side of the one with the glue on it. You will want to hold the pieces together until the glue has a chance to set a bit so the tree doesn't fall apart. When all the pieces are adhered, you should be able to open the trees so that there is a brown side from the two outside trees on the bottom that can be adhered flat to the card.
I hope this card inspires you to get out your Jillibean Soup corrugated sheets and try something new with them. Cut out shapes and layer and fold them to create fun 3 dimensional shapes for all kinds of cards and projects.