They have all been made using a rosette die. I didn't have any cotton reels so I have used large corks from a home brew shop and driftwood from the beach for trunks instead of pencils. Tim uses tissue tape on the back to help stop the rosette splitting, I used Microporous surgical tape from my local supermarket, you can't see it so the cheaper option works just fine for me!
The first tree uses one large rosette Sizzix Paper Rosette and one of each rosette on Sizzix Mini Paper Rosette ( medium and small). They are cut from green patterned paper and made up into lampshade shaped sections held together with hot glue from a glue gun. There is clear glitter stuck on the tree.
The white tree is made using Sizzix Snowflake Rosette and both from Sizzix 658339 Medallions. The cork has been painted gold and covered with white crochet lace as well as having the top glittered. The angel on top of the tree is made from beads and findings used for earrings, that's why she has a loop on top of her head.
This tree has also been glittered but my camera skills aren't so good. sorry.
The gold tree is cut from gold paper stamped in Perfect Medium and dusted with mica powders so it has a more subtle decoration to it. The cork is again covered with ribbon. There is a memo pin pushed into the top so this tree can be used as a place marker. The little bauble shaped sign is cut using a Spellbinder Bauble die, inked and hand written.
The cork in covered with green ribbon first, then gold ribbon with Merry Christmas on it.
These trees don't have to be for Christmas, you could make some with children ( adult use of glue gun though) for a train layout or a fairy forest.
I would like to enter these trees in the following challenges:
Sparkles Christmas Challenges - Christmas Trees
CraftyHazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra - Anything Christmas