Friday, April 7, 2017

April Project: New England Country Church

Good Morning Everyone!

We are juning around this morning trying to get out the door for the first class of the year at Scrapbook N' More in New Braunfels, Texas!  I am so excited to start traveling again and seeing my old friends and making new ones!

This morning I wanted to share one of this month's projects...The second project just didn't quite get done in time for this, but will post it as soon as possible...I hope you will like it I know I'm excited about it and can't wait for you to see that one too...Anyway, this month's Luminary House Project is a beautiful old New England Church...

The New England Country Church is an addition to the Luminary House Collection...We are building a VILLAGE...LOL Each month there will be a new house, castle, cottage or building for you to choose to add to your village collection.
One of my very favorite places to visit..New England. Driving though the old covered bridges, the mountains, rivers, and those amazing country inns. I'm always in awe over the lovely architecture of buildings and houses...not to mention the amazing old country churches; each one beautifully unique. My version of The New England Country Church shows off it's facade with a bounty of moulding features on the gabled roofs and cracked paint exterior and finished off with a steeple.
Please note:  The church will also come with (4) picket fence pieces to finish it off.  
The New England Country Church









If you would like to give this month's Luminary House a try, please follow the links below...

The Kit Contents Include:
All Precut Chipboard Pieces
Precut Kaisercraft/BoBunny Papers
Small Bottle of Glossy Accents
Graphic 45 Feet
Tutorial Emailed to you when Kit Ships

To purchase The New England Church Kit Click HERE

or Folow the link below:


Thanks for coming by to look and make sure you stay tuned for the second April project coming early next week.

Jim
The Gentleman Crafter

5 comments:

  1. Very pretty. I lived in northern NH for about 10 yes. I remember some beautiful bridges and churches. And the barns too! I loved the old weathered look. And there is nothing so amazing as any weathered building in a field of snow! Thanks

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  2. I love the little country churches! You did a great job with it.

    Noreen

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