House-Shaped Replica Ornaments!

This will be my last Christmas blog post of the year!  You may recall the birdhouses and the house replica ornament I made for a friend or one of the many house-shaped cards or house-iversary baskets I have made for friends and clients, all from paper.  Well, today’s post is about that theme – house-shaped ornaments!

Last week I had fun delivering these house-shaped replicas of homes some of my favorite clients bought this year.  I have smudged the last name written above the door on the cream-colored house for privacy.  Inside of each little house is a photo of the family, attached in the center of the floor – kind of 3-D.

 

My House Ornaments in the Christmas Tree

My House Ornaments in the Christmas Tree

I used the Stampin’ Up! Sizzix Big Shot BIGZ L Mini Milk Carton die-cut template in my Cuttlebug machine to make these ornaments and added flowers and little shrubs I free-form cut.  Each door and house looks as close as possible to the house I sold these clients.

 

 

House Ornament One

House Ornament One

House Ornament Two

House Ornament Two

 

Every buyer gets a house-shaped card that looks like their house (made using my Cricut Expression machine and the Wild Cards cartridge).  Because  this was delivered at the same time, I photographed them together.  Sometime I should showcase all of the paper house things I have made for my beloved clients!

 

House Ornament Three + Matching Card

House Ornament Three + Matching Card

 

Finally, here is one last picture of the three ornaments:

 

Three House Ornaments

Three House Ornaments

 

Thank you for reading my blog, and if you’re in the Greater Seattle area looking to buy or sell real estate from a real estate broker who goes above and beyond expectations, please contact me through my website.  😉

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. jayma
    Dec 29, 2010 @ 23:01:46

    Steph, these are SO adorable! I want you to be my real estate agent! I bet your clients were stunned when you delivered these.

    Reply

  2. Dawn F
    Dec 30, 2010 @ 19:14:49

    Your little houses are so sweet, Stephanie! What a thoughtful thing to do for your clients!

    Reply

  3. Stephanie Dawson
    Jan 01, 2011 @ 01:18:43

    Thanks Jayma! I would love to help you and your hubby when you move up here someday. 🙂

    And thank you so much, Dawn! I love it when I can combine two of my passions: work and crafting.

    Reply

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