Curled Sheet Music Christmas Trees
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cute cute cute!!!!!!
Fort Western Stores says
These look great! Might have to give it a go.
Tabatha McCaffrey says
Love the display! Beautiful.
Dewdrop Gardens says
What neat trees! I love the music sheets, they look like a lot of work, but under an hour? So beautiful.
I’ve been seeing these all season long, so glad to find a tutorial so I can try one myself. I had a pretty good idea but why try to invent the wheel…right? Anyway, thanks for sharing, these are sooooo cute!
Tea Cottage Pretties says
Thank you ever so kindly for the tutorial! These are fabulous!
Shannon Maxwell says
I love these adorable trees, and your home looks amazing! Thank you for sharing it with us. I just have one question about these cute trees, how are you going to store them after Christmas? Do you think they will perk up after being packed away for the season?
Myna Kay says
Super cute! I have tons of sheet music, so I may have to try this!
These are adorable, Gina! I’m pinning this idea for next year. Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial.
Kathy Elizabeth says
Gina ! These are amazing ! Can’t wait to make these..
Jen Fan says
Thanks! Great idea for our piano teacher.
jacobe jane says
I Like The Display how can you do this.
Gina Luker says
I copied this from the post tutorial, you can see it on my site, but here you go 🙂
“Now comes the tedious part…. curling the paper. Start by taking your strips (mine are 2 1/2 inches wide) and cut slits in them making some fringey sorta stuff. Leave about 1/2 inch of them uncut to keep it all together. After you have them trimmed (you did do them in a stack, right?) then use a pair of scissors and run the individual frayed edges one by one over the blades to curl them. Once you get in the groove, it goes pretty quick. It took me about 8 strips to do each tree.” Hope that helps 🙂
dawn claus says
Wow. Stunning + Easy + Unique = Inspirational