Trust you all have a glorious Sunday.
I have a 3D project to share with you today ~
A Magnolia Gingerbread House.
My son asks me every year if I would make him a gingerbread house
apart from the store bought kit we assemble.
I thought I should start early this year
and tackle this project.
So, here it is.
The house measure 5.25"(W) x 5.5" (H) x 2.75"(D).
The base extends 3/4" from the house.
I combined several Magnolia background stamps
to create the windows, and front door.
I cut out the window and door openings
and attached vellum behind them.
I used embossing folders to create the roof, gables, brick wall
and snow on the ground.
I distressed the embossed elements with
distress inks, chalk inks, distressing tool, and top stitching.
I added some Flower Soft white snow on the roof
and top of the front door.
I also added white liquid applique on the tree and along the fence
and mistletoe border and puff it up with a heat gun.
My son commented that the mistletoe border looks like bunch of rabbits.
One side of the roof has a magnetic opening
so you can hide some goodies in the house.
The house can also be used as a electric tealight lantern.
I put a battery operated tealight inside,
and it had a nice glow through the vellum.
All images were colored with Copic markers.
All dies are from Magnolia.
The DP behind the door is also Magnolia.
Thanks for stopping by and hope you enjoy this visit.
I will enter this project in the following challenges: