Howdy Muses! It's been a while since I've blogged, I know. I've been preoccupied with a new toy....Fallout 4! I knooooow! I'm such a geeeeeeek but I can't help it! I blame my husband. ;)
I have a holiday project for you today. Remember Halloween Village I did not too long ago? Well, I ordered two sets of these villages from Retro Cafe Art so that I can also do a Christmas themed one. I know! Novel idea right?
These tiny primitive angels were absolute perfection for my li'l church. I swear by heat embossing when it comes to simple but effective decoration, especially since I suuuuuuuuck at drawing and a big reason why my angels and Santa are creepily faceless.
Gah! Isn't my flying reindeer just the bees knees? You know you wanna touch it. Just touch it. TOUCH IT! It's ok. You can.
Let me tell you! After I was done with this project, it looked like a gentlemen's club up in here if ya know what I mean. Glitter e'rywheeeere!
Thanks again for stopping by! Now go get yo' holiday craft on! Now! Seriously. Right now.
Note: I did not link individual supplies in the supply list this time because you can see it's a lot. Most of the stuff you can get at Retro Cafe Art.
Pine Lake Village (Retro Cafe Art)
Chapel Hill Village (Retro Cafe Art)
Christmas Paper Stack (DCWV)
Glitter (DecoArt, Doodlebug, Piccolo)
Snow-Tex Paint (DecoArt)
Bottle Brush Trees (Retro Cafe Art)
Santa (Retro Cafe Art)
String Lights (Retro Cafe Art)
Reindeer (Retro Cafe Art)
Primitive Angels (Retro Cafe Art)
Snowflake (Retro Cafe Art)
Dove (Retro Cafe Art)
Glass Glitter (Retro Cafe Art)
Snowman (Retro Cafe Art)
Star (Retro Cafe Art)
Acrylic Paint (Liquitex)
Embossing Powders (Piccolo)
Bead Trims (May Arts)
Ribbon Trim (May Arts)