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Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Heartfelt-Congratulations House Gift Box

Good morning!
How is this for a gift box?  I thought it would make a fun Home warming gift box.  
I had to put a car out front as well don't you know. 

The house is scored every 1/2" to look like siding.

The bottom and the chimney is embossed with a brick folder then sponged.

Heartfelt Creations-Congratulations House Gift Box


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Instructions: Other ptoducts: Chip board, brad, Spellbinder rectangle Nestabilities, Spellbinder Square Nestabilities, Xyron Butterfly punch, pearls, Acrylic paint-black, white, blue, green, Acetate, Copic Markers: R21, R14, R29, YG03, YG17, C01, C02, C03, C05, Y11, Y15, Y38, YR04, B00, B02, V12, V15 BG11 BV20, Distress Ink-Wilted Violet, Shabby Shutters, Worn Lipstick, Soft Gray, Lace, Paper Mache House Box, White Linen card stock, Neenah White card stock, Fun Foam.

Instructions: Size is approx. 7 X 7  Paint all corners of the box top to match roof (with gray paint) also paint the trim and house colors in case paper doesn't cover completely (with white and or light green).  Add more heavy chip board to base for a driveway and paint gray.  Paint grass area green.  Cover bottom half of box with light green decorative paper from the Flowering Dogwood paper collection after scoring every half inch and sponging with Shabby Shutters Distress Ink and cover bottom 1" with white linen embossed with a brick embossing folder, then sponge with Worn Lipstick Distress ink and Soft Gray Ink. Cover chimney with brick embossed stock as well.   Make window frames using two smallest square dies from Spellbinders Square Nestibilities and add lace to window openings trimming to fit inside.  Make the door and frame using two rectangle dies from Spellbinders nesting rectangles, (I had to shorten both outside and inside by about 1/2" to make it the right size).  Make a set of stairs with white paper and Fun Foam. Cut the border trim X 4 and glue pieces to top of house box bottom then cut "trellis with Window Box Elements die and cut it in half.  Stamp, die cut and sponge color on the leaves and flowers.  Form flowers (some are closed).  Stamp, die cut and color car and banner. Die cut several layers of car from chip board to strengthen car and add acetate at the bottom folding it in two and gluing half under the "yard" part of the chip board base. Box Top: Paint roof gray and add darker gray dry brushed strokes for tiles.  Cover house surface with light green (to match) card stock.  Cut several pieces of 1/8" white linen for trim at bottom of box top, chimney top and for roof line. Cut and miter border trim for the dormers.  Add pearls to cover seams where needed.  Final steps: glue plants and trellis to house base, add Prills as flowers.  Add brad for door knob (I cut off the legs of the brad and used tacky glue to secure).  

Thanks for visiting today! Robin

Hebrews 4:12

12 For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.


Glenda said...

This is so clever and very beautiful!

Jan's Paper Flowers said...

Love your gorgeous house Robin! I want to move in! Lol

Pretty Paper Junkie said...

Oh my gosh, Robin!!! This just couldn't be prettier. The fascia and the flowering trellises are just fantastic. The red convertible is drive to this little cottage. Cute, cute and super cute!

Patricia Manhire said...

This is such a cute house and you have an amazing imagination to create this. xx

Karan Gerber said...

this is stunning, love your creativity on this one

Susie Williams said...

Jaw dropping spectacular mate. Is there no end to your talent, wow I can't get over all the work you have put in. Every inch is full of heart, your attention to detail is incredible. From the embossed brick chimney to the lace in the windows, this is AMAZING!!!

SussiPoppins said...

WOW!...Love Love the house. All those climbing flowers, pills and all that cuteness...even the car is great. So many yum details in this one....feather in your cap. Inky hugs

Marisa Job said...

This is amazing! Love it!

Janine said...

Wow and wow. What can I say. Love it

Bev Polen said...

Wow, wow, wow, Robin!! What a stunning 3-D project!! I love it!! Wow, you're so talented, my friend!

Unknown said...

God's word is all powerful and your house is so creative. Great going!