Cut chipboard of measurements as shown for the shop base.
Use connecting strips to form the base into shape.
Cut chipboard of measurements as shown for the shop front.
Use connection strips to form the windows into shape, they are in half inch depth, cover the inside of the windows with papers.
Adhere the windows onto the shop front, and cut chipboard the for the shop body as shown. Mark 1inch and 2inch on the shop base.
Form the shop body into shape using connecting strips, better to adhere papers for the middle chipboard beforehand.
Cover the two sides of the shop base with papers, measured 1"x5".
Cover the step with papers measured 1"x8" for the front side and 1"x7" for the step top.
Cover the two sides of the shop body with papers measured 4"x4.5".
Cover the shop front with paper measured 4"x7", cut the windows measured exactly the same as the chipboard.
Before cover the window with acetate, decorate the shop windows with embellishments.
Cover the window with acetate measured 2-1/4"x1-3/4", then add the window frame using brown cardstock of 1/8" and 1/16" respectively.
Cut gold cardstock of 1-3/8"x2-7/8" for the door, frame it with brown cardstock.
Cut wooden stick of 4" and decorate with stickers and twines.
Add a top for the front part of the shop, left the back for storage, chipboard measured 7-1/8"x2-1/8" covered with papers on both sides, adhere the shop on with strong glue, the wooden sticks as well.
Cut chipboard as shown for the shop roof.
Cut the chipboard into shape and add chipboard pieces of 3/8" width for the sides of the roof.
Form the roof into shape using connecting strips.
Remember to adhere a tiny part of the strips from the outside of the roof for the 3/8" sides.
Add papers of the roof and add punched border to decorate, here you are alright to start decorating your Christmas shop.
Crystal Centers added on the shop roof.
Here look from the top.
Maya Road Oh Deer Resin standing in front of the shop, some beads inside the windows which I bought from local shop.
The other window I had here a Maya Road wooden spool, Ken Oliver candy charm and burlap banner.
Here the front, windows decorated with Ken Oliver Trims and Bow Charms by Maya Road. Thanks for stopping by :)