Friday, February 26, 2016

Sweet Little Things


Welcome to another day on our hop with Eileen Hull’s team using her Vintage Canister Scoreboard Die and/or her 3-D Blocks/Cubes Die with our Cottage Home and Mushroom Home sets as we take a stroll Along the Garden Path. Sit back and enjoy projects from the designers participating in today’s hop.  Here’s my project using the Vintage Canister Die:














Here’s what I used to create this project:

Copic® Markers
Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink Pad by Imagine Crafts®
Americana® Acrylic Paints in Sand, Coral Blush and Lemonade by DecoArt®
Americana® Decou-Page™
Liquitex® Crackle Medium
May Arts Ribbon®
Buttons Galore®
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon


Here’s a list of my teammates playing along today:




Three lucky winners will win their choice of Cottage Home or Mushroom Home plus precut matboard (note, not the actual die) from the Sizzix Canister Scoreboard Die. Sponsored by Sizzix. Deadline to comment is February 28th and winners will be announced early next week. See Official Contest Rules for details.

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ve enjoyed our week of Gnome Homes Along the Garden Path!  Have a wonderful weekend!

Hugs,
Lea








19 comments:

  1. Wonderful bunny home box- perfect for easter!

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  2. What a clever way to use the cannister die and stmaps to create a lovely little rabbit hutch . Adorable x

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  3. How creative. Love the colors you used on the outside.

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  4. This is absolutely adorable!! My mind is racing trying to figure out if I can think of a material that would allow me to make a bunch of these that could be left outside in the summer!!
    I have Fairy and Gnome doors on trees and the outside of my house so that the Fairies and Gnomes can come visit and my grandchildren love seeing new ones magically appear. I know they would love to see an actual house appear so am going to keep thinking of a way to have them outside! LOVING seeing all of the adorable creations this week using these sets!!!
    TFS!

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  5. What an adorable little bunny home with the cool vine and sweet button top!

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  6. What an awesome box. Your textured ribbon vine is to die for. It is obvious you put your heart and soul into this project.

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  7. Oh my goodness, what a great combination of the canister die and the Cottage Home and Mushroom Home stamps! This is a wonderful adaptation of these products. Thank you so much for the inspiration.

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  8. Darling little house! Love the bricks and the sweet bunny!

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  9. I had to smile when I saw this house.
    It is so cute. The little bunny looks so happy -
    hidden away from predators.
    thanks for sharing a clever idea.
    Illinois

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  10. Awwww! Such a sweet peek a boo bunny nightlight house.

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  11. Adorable. Love the little bunny inside the house.

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  12. A bunny house!!!! That's adorable. I love the contrasting color that you used inside.

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  13. What an adorable little bunny house! Love it :)

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  14. Gosh, this is cute. Love the little bunny world you created inside. Well done.

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  15. Oh how special. Good hiding place .

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  16. How cute with the bunny. Love the leafy vine and buttons on top too.

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  17. Aww. What a cute little bunny house. I love the button handle too. So adorable. ♥♥♥

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