I used a Tim Holtz woodland tree and dyed it with glimmer mist and Iced Spruce Distress Spray. Once my tree was dry I used Picket Fence Paint on the branches. While the branches were wet I sprinkled them with the embossing powder. I gently heated the powder. Don't over heat or the tree with start to smoke! I just might have done that, maybe... I kept layering on the embossing powder until I was happy with the coverage.
I glued on vintage mercury glass beads and topped the tree with Mirrored Stars.
I set my tree aside to work on my snowman. The snowman is made out of Activa Premier Clay. I have a tutorial on how to make the snowmen here.
His little hat is the topper from an old ornament top, a plastic Christmas light cover, a jingle bell, some tinsel, and tiny plastic Christmas lights. His scarf is ribbon from Tim Holtz.
Once he was finished I glued the large tree and the snowman to the tart tin.
I added a couple tiny trees to balance out the scene. Some teeny presents and snow complete this winter scene.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday with your friends and family!