Guess what I did today? I played with Stampin' Up!'s "Deck the Halls" fabric to create this very dimensional ornament. I started by using the Sizzix Scallop Circles #2 die to cut the fabric. I used the Circle Scissor Plus to cut a 3" piece of thin cardboard and two 3" circles from Sticky Pages to hold the fabric to the cardboard. I added Tinsel Trim to the fabric tree and then thread some Tinsel Trim through the big button (this was NOT easy) to use as a topper for my triangle tree. Sticky Strip and an Antique Brad hold the Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding in place, but I used fabric glue to adhere the stamped sentiment (from "Home for Christmas"), which was stamped with Chocolate Chip Craft ink onto a piece of ivory fabric that I acquired from my grandmother's basement yesterday. To finish off the ornament, I used the Crop-a-Dile to punch a hole for the Crochet Trim hanger. What did I learn today? I learned that there are ways to work with fabric that don't include a needle and thread and, trust me . . . you don't want to see the mess I made earlier with fabric, needle, and linen thread.