Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Little Colonial Christmas House

One of several paper art projects I managed to work on and finish in the weeks before Christmas.  It was part of a competiton Patty at The Queen's Ink in Savage Mill thought up.  The houses are on display in the store until January 15, 2012.  

This little house was a challenge for me to start because paper art is something I love, but I don't do as much of it as I would like.  Once I started, with some prompting from my husband and daughter, I really got into it and thoroughly enjoyed the time spent creating it. It didn't start out to be a little colonial building, but since that's the architecture I'm drawn to the most that's what it became!  

Here's a front view: 

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.  We did at our house, family and dear friends, what more can you ask!

Thanks for stopping by.  Enjoy the remainder of the the holiday season!

1 comment:

  1. Maryanne - this house is spectacular!!! And I LOVE Queens Ink! Hey - I'm going to be at Bead Soup on New Years Day for the "Flocking together" event making the beaded squares for the quilt! Are you going to come by?


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