Monday, December 10, 2012

The 12 Days Of Christmas -teeheehee

If you've been following along with Alpha Stamps then you already know about the most Unusual version of The Twelve days of Christmas. I was asked to guest design and well I just couldn't pass up the chance to put my spin on things!!! LOL.
Now hopefully no one will be offended by my version of day 11. Its all just in FUN!!!
You've heard of  11 Pipers Piping.... Well how about 11 Elves A Pimpin!
so sit back grab a cold one and enjoy my Twisted version! LOL


When walking through the woods lined with Bottle brush trees
You'll enter my Christmas scene and stroll past the
Victorian Street light, through the gate and you'll see the Chapel Hill & Pine lake villages
 all decked out for Christmas. Be sure & wave hi to Mr. Snowman
Can you hear the Church bells ringing?
Oh its starting to snow so you'd better hurry!
The clock is about to strike midnight
Now what could be happening in this quaint little town at this time of night?

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Why theres Santa himself in his Pimped Out Ride.
But who's he got with him?
Why its a lovely lady of the night
 Watch those slick roads Santa, its covered in ice!!!

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Oh No.... you've just entered the RED LIGHT district.
You can tell by the lamp post with its glowing red light.
That's not all that's glowing red .
must be the brewskies those Elves have been drinking
While toasting their success this year.
Cheers!!!
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And here's why. The beautiful women who made them successful!
Isn't it always the way it goes!
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Now what else are those little Elves up to?
I see one peeping in the window and one trying to climb up the ladder.
Santa you had better keep an eye out on your little helpers.

Psst....I added to the original house and made it two story,
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A peek inside the Grand brothel shows whats really going on behind
those Gothic Windows
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 Nudes 2 

A little tip. You can change the color of those bulbs by using a bit of Alcohol ink.

Yep, its Santa's House Of Ho's.
Brings a new meaning to Ho Ho Ho!
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Here's Santa's right hand man checking his list of Naughty girls.
You can bet everyone of them are on his list this year!
Yep. Trixy, Candy, Rose, Sugar,Vixen (wait isn't that one of Santa's Reindeer?)
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Its dark outside but you can see the stars in sky made possibly from the

I'm entering this in the challenge at Frilly and funkie
A Light in the Darkness challenge.

Yes Santa's little Elves have been busy ...Being Naughty this year!
Hope you have enjoyed my little Version
of the 11 Elves A Pimpin.

Heres  a little tutorial on how to change the color of those Bottle brush trees.

Here's what you'll need,
Bleach, water,a container, Bottle brush trees, Alcohol ink in your choice of colors, Alcohol blending solution, pliers or something to hold the trees, Old lid to hold alcohol ink, Paper towels.

Fill your container with 1/2 warm water and 1/2 bleach solution.
Set trees in container.

You'll see the color starting to change almost immediately.

leave in until its white. Rinse tree in clean water to remove bleach solution.
Let dry on paper towel.

Set tree in old lid.


Add a few drops of your choice of Alcohol inks to the tree.
I wanted mine to blend in with my background so I went with Pesto and Lettuce.


Add a few drops of Blending solution.

Roll tree in solution to desired color.

set up on paper towel and let dry.
Your now ready to use your newly colored trees!
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Merry Christmas!!!

70 comments:

Evelyn S. said...

Omigosh! I'm seeing a whole new side of you, Lynn!!! This is so funny!

Tone M. said...

So cool......and so funny

Jo said...

OMG!!! This is hysterical!!! I am just in love with the whole project, had me in stitches at some photos ... what a fabulous idea ... truly truly original!!! I am applauding you from way up here!!!

Sandy said...

Lynn I´ve missed my words.
OMG this is a wonderful village.
So many many lovely details.
Wow what a work.
xoxo

CuddlyBunny said...

"... be pimpin'..." holy WOW! That is so FUNNY! I love it Lynn!

Thanks for the quickie tree color change tutorial! I'll be trying that one for sure!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Lynn, Lynn, what a story and how much work creating all of the Ho Ho Ho scenery! Love all of the details! What are you going to do with the scene? Thanks for the tutorial on the bottle brush trees- I have to stay out of the stores though...I been naughty too- not in the ho ho ho way, it in $ $ $ way...!!!

Helen said...

What a brilliant work of art, I love it - who knew you had such a wicked sense of humour.. and I love the trees. Hope you have a fabulous Christmas!

Christine said...

This is so cute and you have such a twisted mind!!! Elves don't do twisted things like that. What would your little grand son think?

Anita Houston said...

Holy drunken deer Santa!!! Next year I whole heartedly expect to see picket signs from the Church goers across the way! BAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

misteejay said...

Oh what fun...Lynn you are soooooooooooooo naughty LOL

A really fabulous project and so much better than 11 stuffy old pipers.

Toni xx

Daniele said...

love your pimpin' eleves....lol so sweet and so many details, love how you altered the trees
hugs

craftattack said...

This is such fun! Hugs, Valerie

Sue said...

I'm always up for an alternative view on things.....your Ho House made me laugh out loud:) Great idea!

Sharon said...

OMG just fabulous!! Fantastic creation - love your "take" on it LOL!!!!

hazel said...

This is so much fun Lynn - brought a big smile to my face. I love it.
xxx Hazel.

Suzanne C said...

I know somebody else who is going on the naughty list! The whole layout of the village is phenomenal and hilarious!

Dee in N.H. said...

ROTFL!!!! Love, love, love it!! That is the best take ever!

Marjie Kemper said...

Oh my stars! This is soooo cool and creative, Lynn! I love your Red Light District! So many awesome details, from the bulbs to the house to the elves and that fab pimped out ride... LOVE it! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Frilly and Funkie!

Redanne said...

This is such an amazing creation and so funny too. A very, very original creation Lynn! Hugs, Anne x

Diane said...

The detail you put into this is incredible, Lynn. Wicked sense of humor. Diane

Candy C said...

OMG!!! This is fantastic!! I LOVE your sense of humor! The red light district...11 Elves a Pimpin'. This is a total crack up. But, the village is nothing to laugh at. It is absolutely gorgeous! <3 Candy

Renee said...

So fabulous and funny at the same time. I love it!

Susan said...

That's hilarious!! I love what you made! So creative!!

Healing Woman said...

I think I've seen it all now! Wouldn't have suspected you'd turn Santa into anything so funny..House of HO's...you have gone way past funny!!! Like the way you changed color of xmas trees. Where did you ever gain the inspiration to create this village????

artwolf2009 said...

this is absolutely amazing with so much love to detail

Jingle said...

This is so absolutely fabulous!!!

Sophie said...

Wow, Lynn...
das ist ja ein ganz entzückendes Weihnachtsdorf.
Wunderschön anzusehen alle Szenen.
Herrlich die vielen Details.

xx

PetraB said...

OMG this is AMAZING. Love your village, it is such good fun and so wonderfully put together with all those lovely details.

A Vintage Chic said...

Oh, Lynn! I'm sitting here laughing so hard! Love this sense of humor of yours, my friend! A brothel in Santa's village, huh? Hilarious!

Wishing you the most wonderfully creative week, my friend!

Julie

ImagiMeri said...

You never cease to amaze me pretty lady. This is hilarious, and personally I always figured you had to have a sense of humor like mine.

Happy Holidays,
Meri

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wow, Lynn, I'm missing words this is an outstanding project.

bobbie said...

Now I know why you were grinning & laughing so much about it!
Great work, girl!!!

Beverly Sager said...

Lynn, you did an awesome job on this and I love your twisted take! I must share this: years ago my friend and I were looking at one of these villages in a store, and I said, "Have you ever noticed there's never a whore house in these villages?" At Christmas that year, my friend made me a whore house from one of those paint-your-own village houses. I laughed so hard! It would fit right in with your scene!

Dorthe said...

This is stunning dear Lynn,
I`m totally spechless ,What a fantastic work, and so fun and wonderful. I love your pimpim Elves for sure, and hope you win.
Hugs,Dorthe

Sarah said...

You are wicked my friend!!! But I am "laughing all the way".

Deb Moon said...

Now THAT'S what I'm talkin' 'bout! This is right up my alley. So much more fun than those silly Pipers Piping. LOL I thought I had to "behave" myself, so I did 11 Bakers Baking. I'm so relieved to know that it's okay to be naughty once in a while. hee hee Santa's Ho House just slays me! You really nailed it, girl. I'll bet you were snikering the entire time you were putting this together. I haven't seen the 12th day yet, but I think it's pretty safe to say that this is my favorite of all. Looking forward to how you will ever top this. LOL

lynne said...

WOW!
What were you on when you were creating this marvel?!!!!!!!!!
Fabulous idea and the way you executed it to the tiniest of details well all I can say is "Pick me up as I've fallen to the floor!"
Got to have another look at this.
Wishes
Lynne

Diane at Craftin Your HeART Out! said...

OMG this is fantastic!! I love it. The twist you created for the 11 Pied Pipers was engenious!! Absolutely love the detail and the not so obvious view of the 11th Day of Christmas.

Great job and work!!

Take care,
Diane

Lori said...

ROFL!!!! This is SO cool, and so right up my alley!!! LOL! Fantastic Lynn, really love the "House of Ho's"...lol...

julie case said...

LOVE it!!! So much imagination and creativity! Thank you for sharing this!!

Carol said...

Gosh Lynn - your winter wonderland village is sooo beautiful! Amazing details and I love love the red light district! LOL - simple amazing!!!!

bockel24 said...

love your red light destrict, Lynn!

2amscrapper said...

bwahahahahahaha! everybody stand aside, Lynn is gonna win that challenge! This is fantastic and so creative! Thanks for the tree tutorial--I knew about the bleach but not about the alcohol ink.

Donna Ellis said...

The elements of your Christmas Village are amazing! Down to the tiniest of details. Thanks for showing all the ideas in obtaining colors, textures, backgrounds, everything! I love it!

Paperpretties said...

What a hoot. I loved it!

Annie said...

Lynn this is fantastic and I so love the twist from cutie to fruitie !!!! I laughed so much my sides ache.

Absolutely fabulous.

Hugs
Annie x

Createology said...

Now this is such a fun version of the tried and true. I adore your sense of humor and creative talents. Great job dear...Ho Ho Ho The Red Light District!

Paper Profusion said...

BRILLIANT Lynn!!! I shall never look at elves in the same way again !! I am in bed sockless, but I assure you that if I had socks on they would have been laughed off at this stage!

Seriously, on the crafting side, this is also technically brilliant - and the most inspired use ever of red light bulbs!

Love your humour! You deserve to win at F&F! I'm going back now to take a look in more detail! Nicola x

Rett said...

Hahaha...or should I say "Ho Ho Ho"?!? Thanks for the chuckle, Lynn. I can't say that I've ever seen what goes on behind the scenes at the North Pole...with the exception of the seasonal tv specials. I don't know if I'll ever be the same :)

Naomi said...

Oh how fabulous! I actually laughed out loud! Loved every bit of it.
Naomi

wwilloww said...

I love your inventive take on day 11... it is sure to become a classic!!!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Oh, this is too funny, you had me cracking up - love your red light district, Santa's House of Ho's and the naughty list! Seriously, you did an amazing job on this. Sensational piece of art work and a riot to boot!

Thanks so much for sharing with us over at Frilly and Funkie! We are always happy to have you join in the fun with us!

bohemiannie! art said...

HO HO HO!

Irene said...

ROTFL! That was fun to read. I want to go to your Christmas party, you sound like the life of the party.

Katherine Wolak said...

Girl... Im speechless... that is a masterpiece of the finest sort!!! Absolutely stunning! >:D

Hugs,

Vada said...

Holy WOW!!! My Hub just came down here and said " What the H---, Is So Funny?"... Now I have to get him off the floor!
Santa's House of HO'S still has him going.
Thanks so much. Outstanding Job Lynn.
Hugs Vada

Sandi McLean said...

How absolutely fabulous!! So enjoying the details and the tutorial..I`ve sprayed my trees but not used the inks... Hugs

Sharon said...

Oh my goodness, I'm glad I found your blog...Santa's House of Ho's, could it get any better? Love your creativity on all levels!

Terry said...

Oh you weren't kidding! This is so funny in oh so many nice and naughty ways! How your mind works is just amazing! What a most creative project! Love this, Lynn! Thrilled that you could share this with us at Frilly and Funkie! Big Hugs!

Paper Squirrel said...

Hilarious!! I love it!
Thanks too for the tip on the trees.

BethW said...

You made my day-this is both adorable and hilarious. I've used food coloring to color my bleached trees.

Ms Misantropia said...

What a wonderful Christmas town! That must have taken a while to put together...
I got your giveaway today, thank you ever so much - lovely!

ParkNSlide said...

Gives new meaning to Ho, Ho, Ho. Fabulous!

www.creativepointe.blogspot.com said...

Very clever and cute! LOVE the "Santa's House of Ho's"!! Hysterical...

E said...

oh my gosh if this isnt the best !! love it love it standing ovation here in TN E

Shar said...

Definitely a delight! So many wonderful details! Gorgeous as always, Lynn!

lala said...

I so needed a laugh today - and Santa's House of Ho's definitely delivered!!! Absolutely hysterical!

Jann said...

Fantastic little village--funny idea--you're so clever, Lynn--and thanks for the tutorial--can't wait to try this!

butterfly said...

This is so fantastic!! I love miniature villages of all kinds (probably from growing up surrounded by my mother's dollshouse collection!), and this is simply wonderful! Huge congratulations on your well-deserved win at F&F...
Alison x

kksb said...

What a hoot!

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