Christmas Houses With Lots of Bling!

Here is my Christmas Village that I created for a class I will be teaching on Sunday, November 27.  We will be making all three houses.  When I created  these I thought of my customer, Kit, who likes lots of  "bling".  The pictures do not do them justice.  If you would like to sign up for the class, contact me for details. 

Group picture:

Stampin' Up! Christmas Village Houses with lots of Bling "Sweet Season", Welcome Christmas"

Large House

Jeannine Tarrio, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Christmas Village Class

Medium House

Stampin' Up! Christmas House Rosette

Small House


Jeannine Tarrio Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Central Maine , "It's A Wrap Holidays"


Stamps:  Welcome Christmas,  Sweet Season, It's A Wrap Holidays

Accessories:  Big Shot,  Tasteful Trim Bigz XL Die, Glimmer Paper,  Rhinestones, Vintage Trinkets, Mini Library Clips, Glimmer Brads, Baker's Twine, 1 3/4 Scallop Circle Punch, 1/2" Circle Punch, Blossom Bouquet Triple Layer Punch, Mini Jingle Bells


Space is limited for this class.

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Posted on : Oct 23 2011
Posted under 3-D Items, Christmas |

2 People have left comments on this post

Oct 26, 2011 - 07:10:30
Debie Jonsson said:

These houses are just too darn darling.  Will you please share the measurements to the houses. I would love to make the for Christmas. I am an avid follower or your blog. tfs Debie

Oct 30, 2011 - 06:10:32
Jean said:

Large House is 10 inches high and the roof cut is at 7 inches on each side to the center of the wood piece (2 x 4 from lumber store).

Medium house is 8 inches high with the side cuts starting at 5 7/8 inches (note top is not a point so only cut to about 1/4 right of center on right side and 1/4″ left of center on left side – this will leave about 1/2 inch of flat space at the top).

Small house 6 inches tall and the roof cut is at 4 1/4 inches each side to the center top.

Hope this makes sense to you. See my photos especially for the medium house.

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