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Raggy doll Christmas house number three!

Another day… another house to share! 

This time I thought I would start with the card I made… I started with layers of Fresco finish paint and then some stencilling. 

I then added some stamping again using the paints. I also added the iridescent medium through another stencil. Once that was dry time to add some doodling. 

I then added the die cuts and plenty of stickles. I added a tag I decorated with similar colours and the stamps I used were all from Creative Stamping magazine.  I used some lovely sari ribbon for the embellishment and a cute button. 

Right now onto the house… I added the similar colours to the house.  Please bear in mind though that the house started blue and other colours as I did all of them with the same base background.  

You can still see some of the patterns and colour from the base coming through … I like that.  I also added the star and snowflake stamping too to tie it into the card more.  

The roof was moulded using paper clay and then painted with the iridescent medium mixed with some of the glass bead gel… this makes it super shiny!  I also gave it a little roof window type room to make it a bit different.

I decided as the card had the base of the black the I would make the windows and doors black too. So they are drawn using a white gel pen and then glued in place. 

And here is the finished article. The windows are a little wonky but I love how it looks…. very different from the previous three … not sure if I can manage eight completely different ones but pleased with the four I’ve done so far! 

Again pop back tomorrow to see the next house! 

Happy crafting! 



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