Originally, I had planned to have this project freestanding. Using the bottom section as the base, but opted to have it hang it instead, as I have more wall room than counter space.
Chipboard and foam core were used to create trees in the background and the "warm wishes"sign. The two sections were then connected using jump rings. The larger house was made out of raw chipboard, then chipboard windows and a door were added. Don't you just love the peppermint sprinkles and holly from the collection?
As you can see, I used lots of sprinkles on this project, along with die-cuts and stickers. Most of the patterned paper's used are from the 6x6 paper pad, as I needed the prints to be on the smaller side.
I'm really loving DB's new Chunky Twine and used it to outline the sign and embellish the roof of Santa's house.
Thanks for joining me today. Happy crafting! Jennifer