Village of Cuteness

There is so much on the go that I keep forgetting to share things with you.  My newsletter will be e-mailed on Tuesday and hopefully I’ll have remembered to include all my tidbits of information on it.  If you have already signed up for my newsletter you can do so by filling out the form in the top left sidebar.

Okay, so with September has arrived a new My Digital Studio contest.  This contest is open to demonstrators and customers alike who own the My Digital Studio software.  The contest runs until October 31st and 10 finalists will be chosen and then 6 final winners (3 customer, 3 demonstrators)  The contest is for a $500.00 My Digital Studio shopping spree.  How incredible is that!!!  So if you wish to participate in this fab contest but do not own the software you still have lots of time to purchase, create and share.  Contact me to order your My Digital Studio!

Now what else did I want to share….I have a great memory but it is short.  Ah yes,  check my calendar throughout the day as I work on updating it with LOTS of new classes.  I am looking forward to these fun classes and hope you will join me for them.

Okay, so enough jibber jabber, I’m sure you would like to see what I have to share with you today.  This is part of my Village of Cuteness.  On it’s own, it’s just a rural home hahaha but once I complete the other two houses it will be a village 🙂

This was created in my +Fun class at Convention.  I cannot even begin to tell you how much fun I had at this class. I am sure some people around us thought we had been drinking but no, we are just silly, crazy, fun on our own

This is the smallest of the three houses.  It was painted with blue acrylic paint and then the outside was distressed using the Distressing Essentials Kit.  Don’t you love the texture the distressing gives the outside of the home?  The door and flower planter are created from the Wood Sheets in the Big Shot section of the catalogue.  Totally cool!  Do you see the library clips with the ‘pinchers’ cut off to create the door hinges?  Of course the flower planter needed flowers, so out came the Itty Bitty Shapes punches and our Basic Pearls.  How about that cute flower on the roof of the house, which by the way is covered in First Edition Designer Series Paper.

Now think of this home decorated in a Holiday fashion, ie Halloween (nice and spooky with cobwebs – so fun!, or with little Christmas lights)  Ooooh, the possibilities are endless and this project is so fun to do with the kids. They’ll love creating their own villages.

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