Heute gibt's ausnahmsweise kein Sonntagsfoto, sondern ein Sonntags-Projekt in meiner kleinen "Häuschenreihe".
Eine perfekte Gutschein-Verpackung für den großen Tag, oder? Da die "Kirchentore" recht breit sind, konnte ich den Boden und das Dach bei diesem Haus fest verkleben.
Morgen seht ihr mein vorerst letztes Projekt aus der Häuschen-Reihe.
For all you English-speakers out there, here's the instructions in English. Let me know if you have questions!
- I used printed cardstock, first of all, and I cut the 4 sides of the house separately, so that the pattern would fit on each side.
- Before I glued it together, I added the stain glass windows: I stamped the little circle from the Stampin’ Up! Paisley set in Stazon on one side of overhead transparencies (acetate sheets) and used alcohol markers on the other to make it look authentic. Then I taped these to the inside of the windows.
- I used a little bell (Christmas embellishment) and I hung it up with some thread so it would be visible in the round window, before I attached the roof.
- I cut the white cross with a little „foot“ and bent the foot so I could stick it under the roof, and glued it in place.
- For the green garland I stamped the tree branches and die cut them using the Stampin’ Up! Set "Thoughtful Branches", then cut out what I needed for my garland. They just had the perfect size! I used a pearl maker pen to add little white dots.
- In order to get a real church door, I widened the cut a bit. It’s easiest to draw the door and cut it by hand and score, then use these „panels“ to glue some designer paper on them to get the real wood-look.
- For the metal beams I just used some plain old aluminum foil, that I embossed with an embossing folder (small patterns are best) and cut a couple of strips to glue on the door panels. If you have it you could use some „metal rub paste“ or something similar to give it an aged look.