Thursday, December 03, 2009

Chrisrmas Scene Finished

O'k so the perspective is a bit out but its quite jolly, someone made some huge

So Instructions, well it would be a bit involved to type it all up but hopefully these might give some ideas :-)

The Cricut is used throughout. I used a piece of packing card for the base and covered it with cotton wool.

The houses, snowmen & 3D trees are from Winter Woodland. The poinsettia and candy canes are from Joys of the Season

The background trees, large reindeer in the background and the sleigh are from "Solutions Christmas" Cart

Lots of glue and glitter, Martha Stewart Goo punch for the snow layered on the roofs, windows and doors, stickles for the glitter on the snow. Kay & Co for the Christmas lights on the sleigh and the small trees on the houses, gingerbread men and other candy canes. Papermania Christmas Stack of cardstock.

Its all just assembled as usual and made into the scene, I haven't stuck it to the board as the cotton wool will probably need replacing next year if it survives my Grandson over the holidays :-) , its bound to gather some dust and its a bit hard to polish cotton wool !! Hope you like it xxx This is the other garland which I put together yesterday but didn't get time to post as we had power cuts due to thunder storms so I had no PC or lights for hours :-( Its made with Winter Woodland letters, assorted pattern papers and nestabilities scalloped ovals and some more glitter and gold organza ribbon.


  1. This is sooo wonderful!! I just love all the little details in your scene, you must have had a ball putting this together :) Just the idea to use the goo punch for snow!! Big aha-moment for me :) thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Sandra, I'm gonna post here for all the things on the page. Your village is just awesome! Love it! Love the pictures of some of the buildings and snowmen. I also love the garlands you made. Just beautiful! You have an awesome blog here! Great work and lots of it, too! I know you put a lot of work and love into your village. Beautiful! :)


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