Sunday, 15 June 2014

Welcome to the Imagine If mdf-houses-church-and-castle,Blog Hop

Welcome to the Imagine If - blog hop.


Join in and go in the draw for a fabulous prize pack.
And believe me, some of the girls work is truly amazing

If you've joined here you can start at Imagine If
  the previous post is from  Lilian
and the next stop in the hop is Tash

This is what I started with




And here it is looking every bit like a church
I covered it with paper that is from the Kaisercraft
Base coat collection and looks old plastered bricks.
I then cover every thing using Tim Holtz .. frosted film


Check out the bell tower . so cool, I have set up a light in the tower
and also in side so it lights up at night.


I used a metal piece inside the round window
and also on the front door.



As you can see here, a little fuzzy. This is
looking through the round window above the door


If you look carefully , you can see the open book on the Alter.
On the inside walls I used the same range of paper but a
different pattern and colour.


I had fun building my church, and I know you will love it to.
Thanks for visiting, and enjoy the other DT projects.
Have a fabulous day
Carol :)



This is an on going process as I didn't wont to rush, so will be adding
trees etc as well so do come back for another visit soon

A big storm come through last night as you can see


Tree has gone up tonight
 
 
 


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14 comments:

Julie said...

My goodness Carol, what a fantastic work of art! I've never seen anything like this before and you've now made me want to try something like it!

Brenda said...

Carol this is awesome well done Chickie...

Anonymous said...

Wow - love it. Beautiful choice of papers

Heather Fleet said...



Awesome......great paper choice~

Anonymous said...

LOve the Church, makes me want to open the door and enter!

Tricia Collins

nylizbet said...

Carol this is just stunning so beautiful, great job.

Sally said...

You clever girl. Great idea using the frosted film. Love it.

hrcr9 said...

That has come out awesome Carol. Looks really authentic.

Steph said...

Very cool :)

Better Scrapbooking Ltd said...

Love your little church. The little snow flurry really helps make it.
What did you use for the snow?

Axel....{Carol} said...

For the snow I used, Aleens true snow. Its made in the USA , but some shops carry it .

Debbie Groot said...

This is so well done. I love looking at churches. There's just something about them

lilian clifton said...

Awesome Church Carol I just love the snow :)

gypsylcm said...

Looks awesome, really like the bell , the light and the tree!