November 25, 2013

The Paper Bakery | Tea Light Snow Village

Here's some fun holiday décor to get you into the spirit of the season, a tea light snow village!
I used this and this cut file from the Silhouette store to make the pieces of the village, each quite easy to put together, and oh so cute to look at! For a real glow, I added wax paper behind each of the windows and doors.
I used scrap pieces of white cardstock from my stash for the church and trees, the cottage and barn were made with the pretty papers from Echo Park and October Afteroon, included in the November scrapbooking kit from the Paper Bakery.
To add a bit of sparkle and look like snow, I used Shaved Ice by Stampendous on the rooftops and trees. Silver or gold glitter would look pretty too!
 

**Since these are made of paper, remember to use only battery operated tea lights!**

As always, thanks for stopping by!
Mary Ann

13 comments:

Manda Moore said...

These are beautiful, I love the glittery tops. Thank you for sharing the link to the cut file.

Valerie Andrieux said...

Beautiful houses ! Love the ice effect. TFS !

Mirabyll said...

Love them! So sweet! My kids would love this project!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow!! These are all gorgeous!! I love them!!!!

Janet Zeppa said...

This is so adorable!

Tegan said...

EEEEEEPPP! So cute! Love this Mary Ann! I have a weakness for little houses and these are perfect! :)

~Melissa~ said...

oh my goodness!! Those are each so adorable! So glad to see them!

Fleursbydesign said...

These are so pretty, love it :)

Miriam Prantner said...

Darling! I LOVE the glitter!

NC Peach said...

This is so nice!! My favorite is that cute little barn! Love the snow too! TFS!

Audrey Yeager said...

This is so so SO stinking cute!! I LOVE it! I am going to use some little houses like this for my countdown to christmas!!!

Ashley Horton said...

Holy cuteness Batman!! This is an awesome project Mary Ann!! And I love the sparkly you added to it with the glitter! So fun!

Monique Liedtke said...

Love this village! Pinning them ... maybe we make these for Xmas!