DIY Home Décor Mixed Media Papercut Tree

DIY Home Décor Mixed Media Papercut Tree content image

You will Need

First Edition 12 x 12 Mulberry kisses pad, Flower die set, Textured cardstock

Simply Creative blossoms and gems

Dovecraft Berry Blush Paper Flowers

Free printable tree template

A4 Frame

Download your free tree template here

DIY Home Décor Mixed Media Papercut Tree content image

How to Make

1.Using the First Edition textured cardstock pad, cut a piece of 12 x 12 cream textured cardstock down to A4 size. Adhere the cardstock to your cutting mat with low tack tape. 

2.Print the tree template on A4 paper and with low tack tape, adhere on top of your textured card. Carefully cut around the tree template following the guide lines. Remove the template.

3.Choose a sheet from the First Edition Mulberry Kisses paper pad and cut your sheet to fit the back of your A4 frame, once you have cut this to size, adhere to the frame.

4.Add foam tape to the back of your tree papercut and stick to the frame.

5.Using the First Edition Flower Dies, die cut a selection of flowers on a piece of First Edition Textured Cardstock. Dot them across your tree and adhere with 3D foam pads.

6.Maxine has layered a selection of Simply Creative blossoms and leaves to gain dimension. Add a selection of Simply Creative gems to the centre of your flowers and add the Dovecraft Berry paper flowers to the centre of your layered flowers.

We love a floral make and this tree paper cut will certainly look pretty on your wall. You can use this tree template for all of the seasons, just use different embellishments to gain an alternative style. You could also use this template for other crafts like card making. How will you use your tree template? Upload your pretty trees to the project gallery and hashtag #Trimcraft on social media so we can see your lovely makes!


Trimcraft design these templates to aid your crafting projects, so we are always happy to see them being used and enjoyed. However, we just ask you credit Trimcraft for the template design when you publish your crafty makes online and on social media.


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