December 2nd- Venice Place Tree Pattern by Mortmere

Want to make subtly S&H themed holiday cards? Make Venice Place Tree Cards! The tree pattern here is copied from the front door of Venice Place. To use it as a card decoration (as in the example), you can print out the pattern (regular white printer paper will do fine) and cut out the parts outside the frames and between the branches/roots with a craft knife. For those not interested in wielding sharp instruments, there’s a filled-in version that can be simply printed out or used in any online card maker. Feel free to modify the pattern in any way you want – hmm, why not reproduce that decorative panel for your own front door? Big or small, I’d love to see what you make out of it – do drop me a photo at mortmere at gmail dot com.  

Click here to download the pattern in PDF format.
Click here to download the pattern in Word format.

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34 Responses to December 2nd- Venice Place Tree Pattern by Mortmere

  1. Jane says:

    Thank you, it’s beautiful!

  2. Spencer says:

    Oh my gosh! This is so cool. I’m definitely going to try this. I’d like to see if this would work for Christmas tree decorations too

  3. Anne says:

    This is so awesome. I’m going to have try it. Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. SHaron says:

    Hi, what an original idea! I’m looking forward to cutting it out on the plot cutter. Thanks very much. Merry Christmas ?

  5. kat says:

    That is such a good idea! Thank you!

  6. ChocolateEgg says:

    Mortmere, you are so clever. Love it!

  7. pat says:

    I always admired the design on the real door, Mortmere, and here you’ve given it an awesome application. Well done and thanks!!!

  8. Endeni says:

    Wow, how lovely! Such a neat idea! *_*

  9. Maureen D. Mosher says:

    What a lovely gift! And a great idea. Thank you so much.

    Love & Peace, MVernet

  10. Nancy K Roots says:

    You are sooooo talented!
    I am thinking for next year’s cards!

  11. wightfaerie says:

    Lovely. Love that door. Thank you.

  12. Laura says:

    That’s really lovely!

  13. Ragdoll230 says:

    What a clever idea!

  14. survivor10 says:

    I love this pattern – it’s given me a great idea for using this pattern on the lower front doors of a book cabinet in our art room. The cabinet was needing a lift and I’ve been scouting around for ideas – I think this may be just the ticket! Thank you very much!

  15. Keri Ann Tomkins says:

    Very clever idea!

  16. Sagitta says:

    Nice! I love both versions.

  17. Verlaine says:

    What a great idea! I’m definitely going to try that (may not have time this year, but I’ll see).

  18. Garrideb says:

    Oh, this is such a fun idea! Thank you for bringing us this special design, and for the cool craft ideas for using it, too! –Garrideb/Monica M

  19. Annie Booker says:

    That looks so cool! What a wonderful idea.

  20. Elena says:

    Such a lovely idea!! <3

  21. Wilma Adam says:

    What a wonderful idea so clever xx

  22. Calliatra says:

    This is a beautiful and brilliant idea, I love it!

  23. Jennifer says:

    Lovely work!

  24. Hutcherie says:

    That´s a nice idea and so beautiful! Thanks, Mortmere!

  25. MatSir says:

    Beautiful, Mortmere! I wish I could batik, it’d make an awesome shirt or pillow cover.

  26. Mortmere says:

    Thank you for commenting, everyone! It’s so great to read what ideas this pattern has given you – it gives me more ideas to use the pattern myself (duh, why haven’t I thought of making a shirt print before? using the pattern as a stencil would be easy-peasy). I hope the pattern works well for whatever each of you are planning!

  27. LauraY says:

    So neat, Mortimer. What a great idea! I’m thinking maybe an ornament or a pillow. Thanks so much for thinking of this and creating it!

  28. CallieDoodle says:

    Wonderful idea, and I think I may actually be able to do this!

  29. Ursula Angstrom says:

    Mortmere, your are is MAGICAL! What a wonderful thing for you to do for all of us who are fascinated by that tree carving on Hutch’s door. I will have a blast cutting this out and putting the result on MY door!

    Happy Holidays,


  30. Lisa A says:

    I just read that this would make a great t-shirt and I couldn’t agree more! Of course, it would look great whatever is was made into! Great idea, Mortmere!!

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