Friday, October 14, 2016

Create Along With Us: October 2016



Create Along With Us, PTI's challenge this month, 
features a new Tiny Town house, with all the Christmas trimmings.
Thought I'd use Betsy's idea for her gumdrop roof.


I love the new candy cane portico and trees, and can't wait to case this and
several other holiday houses I've seen.


I stuck with an all kraft and white theme, similar to what Nichole 
posted as inspiration posted on her blog:


Can't you just smell the gingerbread?


A view from the top. 


Front details from Make It Market Kit: Holiday Folk,
In the Meadow and Believe.


Before you go, check out some more
 inspiration for creating these sweet little structures
on these blogs:
Marcia, Birgit and Patti:

and Marybeth

I am sure there are many more, forgive me if I've missed 
you. And please, in the comments, mention your post where you
made a 'Tiny Town' treasure. I'd love to add you to 
my list, and I'll edit this post to include you!
Hugs!

13 comments:

  1. You did a wonderful job with your Christmas Tiny Town house and all on your own! Betsy's holiday house hasn't even been released. Aren't the little houses great fun?! I really miss her Petite Places...made a couple again recently just to revisit them. ;)

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  2. Nancy!!! Oh my!! This is stunning! Wow!! You did an amazing job on this! Now I want to go make one just like it! It's so inspiring! I love how it's all done in kraft with the white trim! Love the snowman and tree out front too! Just amazing!

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  3. Oh My Word!!! This is the most precious thing I have ever seen! I adore the all Kraft and white palette! This is just darling!

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  4. Get out of town!!! WOW Nancy, this is swoon worthy. I have always loved kraft and white together. You captured the inspiration photo gingerbread houses perfectly. LOVE THIS!!

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  5. So So so fabulous! I bet your house is just magical at Christmas time.

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  6. Nancy, your Kraft and white Christmas house is drop-dead gorgeous. The tree, fence and snowman finished your Gingerbread house beautifully. Is that a box made out of corrugated paper for your base? Whatever you used, it's ideal. WOW,

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    1. Hi Kathy, yes, it's corrugated card stock. I made a box, then white embossed it to look like snow. Thank you!

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  7. Nancy this is GORGEOUS!!!
    Love the all kraft and white!
    Makes me want an entire village just like this!

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  8. This is so pretty. Love the Kraft and white papers. So detailed.

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  9. OMG Nancy! I love your kraft and white house...it's absolute perfection! Aren't they SO much fun to make?!! You did a fabulous job considering the actual dies aren't even out yet! And thanks so much for the shout out to our Tiny Town challenge we had a couple months ago...that was so sweet of you!! I think we need to get you to join our team...you would be such a welcome addition!! :0)

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  10. Absolutely beautiful--so love the kraft with white!

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  11. So precious! I love the kraft and white!

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