Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Off the Page Christmas Scene


I have so much fun creating this Santa Lane OTP Christmas Scene and I surprised myself as it only took a couple of days!

For once I am happy with the end result and DD loves it so much while I was making it she kept checking in on me to see what else I had added. I still can't decide whether to add some brown bling chain around the edge or just leave it as is.

I orginally made it for a centre piece for the table, and created it so whatever way you looked at it you didn't see the back of a flower or whatever. But you know Christmas morning, the wine, little fingers, the chaos etc etc so its safely placed on a shelf!



I used the Scrapware Wisteria Lane Kit
Pattern Papers for both of the houses is from Jenni Bowlin Studios



I added our Christmas Stocking charm to the front door and aged our bike charm with Timber Brown Staz on Ink


I made a little set of curtains for the back of the house from our cotton lace and tied with brown organza ribbon
For the fence I used scrapware baroque trim chipboard and adhered them onto ice block sticks, which were painted cream, inked and sprayed with Glimmer Mist.

For the trees I covered cones (brought from spotlight) with our cotton lace, coffee brown glass seed beads and topped with our brown embossed felt star (sprayed with glimmer mist).




The middle tree is painted pink then covered with our pink skeleton leaves and topped with bows made from pink organza ribbons and 2 of our bell charms.

I wrapped tuelle around the little tree (sprayed with Pink Taffy Glimmer Mist), pink rhinestones and topped with our pink scroll felt star and kindy glitz.

Also added our present charms, ribbon bow charms and reindeer charm, large heart locket charm and scrapware mini holly under the trees with the presents





I made the seat out of ice blocks stick and inked again with with Timber Brown Staz on Ink. Lots of mulberry flowers, dragonfly charm, pearls and rhinestones. For the sign post I used the negative part from the sheet of windows (from the House kit) and added antique brown jump rings.



Here I cut off the flower (yuks) from the scrapware sunflower (to use another time) and added one of our pink mulberry flowers and centered with our brown wooden buttons.

And now on to my Christmas cards - I can't believe I am sooooooo late in sending them out.
Hope you all have a productive and creative week
Take care and TFL

13 comments:

karennarelle said...

This is just so beautiful. Youare amazing. PS I love the sneak peak in the email, will have to be getting me some of those.

Karen

Tracey said...

OMG! I am still trying to pick my jaw up off the ground!!!! I love this Tracy. What a gorgeous little scene you have created. Amazing work :)

Jane Smith said...

I so love your little Santa's lane...this is just gorgeous...puts my little house (I am trying to put together) to shame but has inspired me!! Good luck with the New site. Can't wait to see what is in store!!

ann said...

OMGoodness!!!!!!!
Stunning I soooooo love your little village.
I want it.....lol
I have always wanted to make a little village but never got around to it...
Tracy you have really inspired me.

Sarah Lou said...

Oh this is just delicious! I love it so!!!!!

Anonymous said...

OMG Tracy, WOW!!!! What a beautiful OTP prject- it is just absolutely stunning & I love it to pieces.

Cheers,

Deb

Brenda said...

OMG I agree with all of the above. Your Christmas Scene is absolutely fantastic! I just love it. Great news about the new site, I can't wait!!!!!

Natalie said...

This is amazing, I'm loving every bit of it! I can't believe the detail that has gone into this, and I adore the handmade elements (the seat, the sign etc). Very inspiring.

Shell said...

WOW WOW WOW! I dont know what else to say. AMAZING!!!!

MORTY said...

I'm absolutely gob-smacked, the detail is just amazing

Anne P said...

Oh, just sooooo cute :)

Sue said...

TOTALLY AMAZING! I LOVE IT!!!
Every time I look at it I see another intricate detail - the amount of work that has gone into this is astounding!
Be VERY proud of this one sweetie, it's a true work of art!
Looking forward to the new site too!
XXX

Toni said...

these are AWESOME girl, given me MUCH inspiration for next year!