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I saw a card like this on pinterest and can not find the original person who created it.
First I would like to say I really have no idea why the gorilla glue and clear rock candy glitter had some kind of chemical reaction and the snow dried puffy. I purchased the gorilla glue because they say it dries white which is what I wanted. Oh well.
I first took white card stock and used a sponge to apply the vintage photo ink and stamped all over the sheet. Then I cut a 2" wide 5" long strip to create the piece the door is sitting on. I die cut the door, used the impression obsession window/door in the center and then glued a piece of paper to the back and glued the window/door in the center. I die cut three more of the impression obsession window/doors for a little dimension and attached to the door. I hand cut the roof shape and cut the Halloween Roof apart, trimmed off the web and attached. On the back I added mounting tape.
I cut another piece of the stamped paper 4" X 4" attached added the Madison House roof and the chimney off to the right. Next I attached the door piece and after die cutting and gluing several impression obsession window/doors glued them together and added the doily punch for curtains. I added mounting tape to the back of fir trees. I attached a plain white card stock shaped like the house to the back so the card does stand upright. It does not make a big card but it was fun to create.
Ranger - Distress Glitter Clear Rock Candy
Poppy Stamps - Halloween Roof & Madison House Set (door, flower box & roof)
Memory Box - Bright Lanterns, Medium Steampunk Pipes (Chimney)
Impression Obsession - Fir Trees
Impression Obsession - Window/Door
Martha Stewart Doily Punch (curtains)
Pine cone sticker (door)
Ranger Ink - Distress Vintage Photo