Thursday, December 28, 2017

Winter Shack by the Bay


Hi Everyone, I hope you all had a Merry Christmas.  I almost completely forgot to post the pictures of my latest creation  "The Winter Shack by the Bay".  I was inspired by a picture I found online and had to create a little shack by the bay.  My phone wont transfer all of the pictures to the computer so I apologize I had lots more pictures of all the cardboard strips I cut to create the shack.  I also love winter and being in the holiday spirit I just had to create snow and cover the shack in it.  I had some fun and created a little Christmas Tree inside out of an old plastic plant I had found in a closet.  I hope you enjoy the newest project and maybe inspire you to create something.  Have a wonderful new year.  Stan

This was the point of no return when I decided to cover the house in snow.  Which I really liked the house before it had snow on it and all I could think is omg I'm so gonna ruin the house.  But once I was finished with the snow I loved it.  There is probably 6 bottles of elmers glue and ground up white Styrofoam.  There are some pictures further down of the shack before I put snow on it. 





























8 comments:

  1. Wonderful! I love it! The snow is a great addition and you home made christmas tree is lovely. :)

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  2. What a wonderful little house, i really love it. Great work :)

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  3. Your winter shack is lovely. I like the snow.

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  4. I love winter! The colder the better. The more snow the better! Sadly, I live where there is more sand snow. It is rare to get a few inches a year. Your winter/snow house is fantastic!

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  5. Hello Stan,
    What an incredible cottage! It is gorgeous and beautifully finished both inside and out. I just love the exterior and like the color scheme very much. All the best for 2018,
    Big hug
    Giac

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  6. I very much like your pattern it's beautiful,thank for sharing good i dea !

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