I loved Candice's cabin so much that I had to take a quick stab at my own! I chose some different
papers and I added just a light touch of Martha Stewart coarse crystal glitter on the roof, the window shutters and the frame around the door. A few notes -- I used Martha Stewart decoupage glue and sealer to apply the glitter. This comes in a plastic jar with a brush. Initially when I applied it, the paper I had already glued to the roof began to bubble up. After it set for a bit (10 minutes or so) I took a small stick pin and made holes in the bubbles, smoothing out the top. When it dried, the paper lay back down properly and dried flat. The blue glittery star paper will crack when you fold the walls of the chipboard house. You can cover this with a bit of trim (I was going to use silver cord - package and tag trim) or you can leave it cracked for that distressed effect. When you trace the roof pattern, cut the paper a bit larger than the pattern you trace, because when you fold the roof, the paper will shrink leaving the edges exposed. I cut a window into one of the walls so that I could stick a battery operated tealight inside -- Simply trace a small square onto the chipboard and cut carefully with a sharp craft knife. The crystal tree is a Joann's ornament that I decked out with aqua and pink
pom pom balls.