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The techniques applied to the outside of my house are very similar to my Little House of Curiosities project which you can view HERE. They are both part of my ongoing series of house projects.
I love this photograph that Chris took, it makes Santa's sleigh magical, don't you think?
A small selection of buttons and dolls house bits make up this room.
My Christmas tree was made from a Martha Stewart punch and built up to form this bushy tree. Cheery Lynn now have a die to make this style of tree, which you can buy HERE. Pasta shapes were wrapped up to make the presents.
Some more double embossing on a metal shape decorate this corner and some stamping in the background.
The Christmas garland was made by wrapping strips of paper around a paint brush and gluing to form rings and linked together to form the garland, I used to make these as a child at school.The Santa letter was stamped and torn at the edges.
The Christmas Day tag had stamping and embossing techniques applied.
Can you see Tim's technique from page 60 in his new book on my tinsel ? My poinsettia and holly leaves were dipped in to the melt pot for a faux porcelain technique - thanks Hels.
My roof tiles were made from a heart punch.
Another angle of some of the rooms.