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Decor Doppelganger

We went out to dinner as a family the other night to a super fun burger joint.
It was close to one of our favorite shopping plazas so we took a
night stroll around to all the different shops.
One of those happened to be Anthropologie.
Christmas decor is in full season so as I was browsing,
I happened upon this little gem.
However, I did not have the $48.00 to spend on a paper tree…
no matter how adorable it was.
On the way home the thought came to me
that I could make it myself for way (waaaaayyyy) less.
I dropped the family off at home and headed to my crafting store.
A few hours later, I created my own little, adorable gem and
I’m going to share with you just how I did it.

Make sure to stop by later this week for a full tutorial!

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3 Comments

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    Lacey
    November 15, 2011 at 9:58 pm

    I saw this at anthro too and thought the exact same thing!!! totally doable and easy with stashes of scrapbooking paper! Super cute!

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    Emily
    November 16, 2011 at 12:30 am

    i love this! how dare anthro to charge that much for it…but i guess that's why they're anthro! i might have to make one too.

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    Kelly2
    November 17, 2011 at 5:51 am

    I like yours better than the one at the store. I love the music paper in both, but I really like the extra colored paper in yours. Very cute. I can't wait for the tutorial.

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