Hello Everyone! and welcome to my second project this month.
I spent a lovely day with my dear cousin at RHS Rosemoor last year and we found a gorgeous little hideaway in the garden grounds which we both felt we wanted to "take home" with us! We came home with just the memory (and a lovely photograph) so with this in mind I decided to alter a little Calico Craft Parts House.
I am sorry there are no process photographs - I was so sure I had taken them but I cannot find them on my camera! So I must have been dreaming! As I was using papers I decided to cover the inside walls first and then made the house up.
It was easy enough to cover the sides and back drawing around the relevant parts for the right size.
I edged my papers with some Vintage Brown Ink and everything stuck down very well.
I decided to crackle the roof using DecoArt Crackle Paint over a dark brown paint. I then used some pieces of the Holly Leaf Corner Embellishment which were left over from a previous project. They had already been painted with a light covering of white paint - just lightly so the natural brown underneath shows through in places.
The little piece of fence was also left over from a previous project and fitted the corner just perfectly!
Finally I had my usual fun adding a few tiny embellishments snipped from papers and added the Vintage Art Dolls using four layers of foam pads to give a little depth.
Everything had to be scaled down for this tiny little house including the flowers.
A lovely keepsake memory of a wonderful day at RHS Rosemoor!
Thank you for joining me and I hope your week is filled with some crafting time.
Calico Craft Parts used: