Vintage gold dot window Christmas tree

I love old windows!
The only thing I love more than old windows is decorating for Christmas.
If you can combine the two, I'm in heaven!

Today, I want to show you my gold dot Christmas tree window.
It was stupid easy to make and I think it turned out great!


I have a silhouette, and know I could have used that to cut my vinyl, but I had some scraps that were left over from another project 
{I will show that project to you later this week!} 
so I decided to use my circle cutters to make my dots.
I used my 1" and 1 1/2" cutters to cut out gold and white vinyl circles.


I cleaned up my window and decided that having a template to use to help me keep the Christmas tree shape would be key, so I tore out {very technical I know!} a Christmas tree shape from newspaper and slipped it under my window to use as a guide.

Then, I simply peeled and stuck the circles all around the tree as randomly as possible.
I did use my silhouette machine to cut out a star shape.
I'm not awesome enough to do that free hand!


I love how it turned out!

Do you use old windows for any of your Christmas decorating?

2 comments

Rhonda Johnson said...

Love it! It looks great and very sparkling! Perfect for Christmas decor. I think it is great that you were able to use so leftover craft materials. It is always nice when you make something out of what you already have! Rhonda

Carol TheAnswerIsChocolate said...

So in love with this and what a perfect way to use up scraps. Wanted to let you know I'm featuring this when my link party opens up tonight :)

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