Let’s Get Crafty: Wallpaper Scraps Tree

It’s Thursday! OK, I just saw the cutest thing, so I have to share! I totally want to do this somewhere in my house!

They did it with Wallpaper scraps. But hey, why not use scrapbook paper, digi or regular!

Any blank surface becomes an enchanted forest with this patterned mural made from wallpaper scraps. Using this photo for reference, sketch a basic tree trunk on the back side of a sheet of wallpaper (you may want to practice first on butcher paper). Once you have your desired shape and height, cut out. On the back of another piece of the same wallpaper, again using this photo as a guide, draw branches of various sizes and shapes — including a group of three attached limbs for the treetop. Cut out the branches. Apply the paper trunk, then the branches, to your wall with ready-made paste. While the tree dries, trim remnants of other brightly patterned wallpapers into leaf shapes — you’ll need about 60. Paste these to the wall so they appear to be sprouting from the branches.
I’m totally doing this!
Have a great crafty day!