Thursday - Terrific Trees Winner is Golda!

Ellie, love those krafty cone trees. And the sponged edge stars are perfect toppers!
Linda Jo, love the music background for your tree.
Jane, your tree cut out is wonderful in your treat holder. And I like the sparkly angel.
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Kathy - Katrina and I spotted some of the "Kiss" trees at a craft fair. She wanted me to make some for her Girl Scout troop's holiday party. I got 1/2 of them done this afternoon. The next early release day, she's going to be making the rest of them. They went together really fast...when I wasn't unwrapping the candies and eating them!

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Oh, Trudi, I love your trees! And I'm going to borrow the idea of using a peanut butter cup for the trunk. I didn't like the one I'd seen using nuggets, so had decided to go trunk free. Now, I can add that important section! (And it is really amazing how quickly they go together. That was a nice surprise when I made mine, too!)
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I found this on guess where??? Pinterest. There is a pdf for the pattern.
http://www.danielledaws.com/2010/08/chr ... orial.html
The tree is about 5 inches tall,but she has different sizes.(I think).
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Terrie, Love your idea using t.p. rolls So cute!!!
Kathy,Your candy trees are so cute. Like the bow on top.
El,Pretty trees. Love that paper.
Jane, How cute and yes I love the tree.
Trudi, How cute. Love the bottom of the tree base with the candy.
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Trudi, your candy trees are so cute! Love that you and your daughter share in your crafting adventures!
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Trudi, I love the addition of the trunk too! Super cute and what a great project for you and your daughter.

LJ - thanks for the pattern!
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These are all so fun!
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Linda Jo, I really like the shape of your tree and the pattern paper that you used.
Trudi, Your candy tree turned out really nice.
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Okay, these turned out a bit bigger than I had hoped, but only about 1-1/2" tall, so I should still be able to wear them. These look much better in person, 'cause I'm really planning to wear them. There is foil on the pink sides, so they have some sparkle, too.

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