Monday, December 12, 2016

Simon Says: Let There Be Snow










Hi all and welcome to another week on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge

This week the the theme is

'Let There Be Snow'
We have a very special junior guest in the Designer Spotlight this month so please be sure to pop over to see what the lovely Cate has made, Cate is only 15years old and her work is AMAZEBALLS!! :-)

As always Simon Says Stamp will be giving away $50 voucher to shop at the fabulous Simon Says Stamp Store

I has been admiring these Tim Holtz Village Dwellings for a while and am now in the process of making a whole Christmas village for my mantlepiece. 


This is my first effort and I have learned a few things while making this so hopefully my next ones will be more 'finished' ;-) I have to say a huge thank you to the lovely Tim Holtz for taping such a great you tube video with great tips and instructions, I could never have done it without him :-) 


For the roof I used Distress Watercolor card, inked with Pumice Stone Dustress Ink and then brushed over with perfect pearls, it looks very silvery and icy don't you think?

For the walls I used Corrugated card, coloured with Picket Fence Paint and Gathered Twigs Distress Ink. 

I have popped a battery operated tea light inside so it has a lovely glow in the dark effect in dim lighting ;-)



Thanks for looking! 

So now it's YOUR turn to get creating!

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You have until Monday 8am Ohio time. 1pm UK time, 2 pm CET to join in

Challenges:
Crafting When We Can    Christmas 
Pile It On   Any Holiday/Celebration
Craft For The Craic, Christmas + Anything But A Card 
Creative Artiste  Anything Mixed Media 
Creative Corner    Christmas 




Hope you all have a great week :-)
Happy Crafting
Luv Lols x x x

18 comments:

Catherine said...

For your first TH village dwelling, this is amazing. I love how you were able to achieve the log cabin look so perfectly and the smoke coming out of the chimney is fabulous!

Cathie ♥

Tracy Freeman said...

Lols this looks amazing ! I used to love doing things like this but haven't for years now.
The smoke really looks fantastic and I can't believe It is your first go ! X

Maura Hibbitts said...

Sweet house Lols! Brilliant idea for the smoke coming out the chimney - love it!! hugs, Maura

Sandra H said...

Wow this is stunning x

Stephanie Leykauf said...

What a gorgeous cottage! I love the bit of cotton you used as smoke... such a cute touch :)

*mwah*
Steph
Simon Says Stamp!

butterfly said...

Your little house is so cute - and the smoke coming out of the chimney is inspired!
Alison x

Tricia Ann said...

Lols, you did such a nice job with your little log cabin. The distressed texture on the building looks rustic. I like the simplicity of your display. My favorite part is the smoke coming out of the chimney. :-)

Macarena said...

This is so cute, Lols! I love everything about the house but the smoke in the chimney absolutely rocks! Hugs, Marzena

Kath Stewart said...

love your super cute christmas house Lols with the little wisp of smoke coming from the chimney...hugs kath xxx

Andree said...

An adorable little house. Loving the frosty details and the corrugated card to simulate a log cabin effect.
Thank you for joining in with the December challenge "Anything Mixed Media Goes" at Creative Artiste Mixed Media and good luck x

Emma Williams said...

Fabulous project Lols and I adore all the little added details, especially the smoke coming from the chimney...that is genius! Hugs xxx

Meihsia Liu said...

Oh my, this Christmas house is super cute! Lols. The smoke coming from the chimney is such a brilliant design! :)

Anna-Karin said...

I knew you would enjoy those dies! This house is gorgeous Lols! I love the finish of the house itself and the roof is stunning. I keep forgetting to put battery driven tea lights in my houses, thank you for reminding me.

Andrea Ockey Parr said...

This looks amazing! You are so full of winter wonder with these projects! I love how the hanging icicles and snow on the roof really give this piece a cozy feel. And the red door makes me want to knock on it and see the artsy person who lives inside!

Barbara Schiassi said...

Love this die Lols! your little house is fabulous , perfect in every detail! Great work! Barbara

Team Clark said...

This looks great! I love how you've mimicked logs. Very cool effect! Merry Christmas, Autumn

Keti's Projects said...

Gorjuss take on Tim Holz house. Thanks for playing with us at our last Challenge for 2016 on Pile it On. Merry Christmas and a Happy new year.

Keti (DT) http://ketrinslittleprojects.blogspot.si/

Ger said...

Stunning! Love everything about it, especially the smoke!! Thankyou for joining us this month at Craft for the Craic