Sunday, 21 August 2011

Sunday Stamper - Week 168 - Our House

Goodly Morning Stampers and a very happy Sunday to you all. Many thanks for the fabby entries last week and it was grand to see so many new participants too! The theme this week is... HOUSES/HOME. To join in with the challenge is simples.. make a little piece of art - it can be anything you fancy, add in some stamping and the theme... pop back here and leave me a comment with a link to the place you are showing your entry and I can hop on over to see you. The challenge will remain open until 21:00 Saturday 27th August 2011.




This week I have to admit that I have been a little busy - and whilst all plans to make my entry were there, waiting to be made, I had to shelve them... basically, I was going to make something on Friday night and then I got involved in a game of Words With Friends on Facebook.. well, all time went out of the window... but the sad thing is that the game was with Grim... who was sitting not 10 metres away from me in his study rofl



So... this week I am showing the beeswax "house" that I taught at yesterday's class. The wooden frame was painted with Eco Paints and then I stamped some Paper Artsy images onto cosmetic tissues. The centre piece is a piece of card that has been painted, stamped and beeswaxed and then a little mini canvas added for the sentiment. Ten Seconds Studios metal makes the floral embellishment on the frame and I added a little beeswaxed paper rose to the top. I am going to try and make something else on Monday for another entry... if I am not too pooped after my weekend of yakking and getting crafty lol



I would just like to say thank you to Caz, Sylvia, Barb, Jan, Thelma and Alison for a fab day yesterday... much hilarity and lots of cake/sweets/chocolate/coffee/tea (and yes, I actually remembered who drank what and made them properly this time lol) And thank you to Colin and Wendy for their excellent hospitality... Colin makes a mean Shepherd's Pie and Wendy made a divine apple cumble with real custard..... nomnomnomnomnom.... Right, I am in needs of some beauty sleeps... got my UTEE class today... I needs to be fresh as a daisy! Thanks for looking.... TTFN

Hels x

18 comments:

Caz said...

It was a brilliant day Hels, thank you. The house looks even better in "real life"!
Looking forward to today's meltpot session - no burns this time hopefully!!

XXX

StampDancer said...

This looks wonderful and fun!
Deb M

Sandy said...

Really really gorgeous little house hun. Amazing techniques and design. Love it.

Helen said...

This looks great - wish I could have been at the class. Have fun today whilst I try and ink something 'housey'!

Alison said...

How I wish I could've been at your class Hels, this is amazing!!! xx

Gillian .... said...

Fab project Hun, loving the vintage creams/browns/pink tones to this.Hope you have another fun day, take care. xxx

Here is my entry for this week-

http://scrappydoo-gillian.blogspot.com/2011/08/sunday-stampers-our-house.html

Helen said...

Been watching footie and cricket - but have made this tag for you!

Kaz said...

Really gorgeous as always xx
heres minehttp://thelittleshabbyshed.blogspot.com/2011/08/dylusions.html

hugs
kazx

Alison said...

I rustled up a quick card, here it is! xx

Barb Cady said...

Hi Hels,I had a wonderful day yesterday, hope today went well with no burns! (Don't forget the lavender oil)Thank you everso much.
Here is my attempt for this week:

http://barbarascraftroom.blogspot.com/2011/08/sunday-stampers-168-houses-home.html

Get lots of rest tomorrow! xx

Dragon said...

Oh Hels, you crasck me up with your food!!! I think that,like an army, you march on your stomach!!! Well not actually ON it, but... oh you know what I mean!!! Anyway the piece is fab amd I have some ideas already!!!
Frankie
xx

Kirsten Alicia said...

Wow Hels, that's gorgeous.

Minxy said...

Beautiful sample as always, HERE is my offering :D

Ayana said...

Hun this is TOTALLY fabulous wonderful and AMAZING! Love love the colors, the design elements and your amazing choice of papers!

Julie said...

I do so wish I could come to a class Hels, I'm only separated by half a world!
Love the contemplative tone of your example this week.

My little play is bright - wishing for Summer I think. I enjoyed the challenges and here is my piece.

http://timetocreate-handmadetreasure.blogspot.com/2011/08/home-is.html

Marjie Kemper said...

Gorgeous! Love the raised up canvas and the beeswax is fantastic. Taking a class next month wit Dina Wakely on that! Here's my home entry:

http://tinyurl.com/marjiehome

Jo said...

Love the theme, even if I have gone rather "off piste" with my interpretation! http://shabbydandelion.blogspot.com/2011/08/clickity-click.html

Sam said...

Honey I am back!!

Love your house.

Couldn't resist joinin in on this one!!
Fergus says "HI and mooooooooew"!!
Hugs
xx

http://hettiecraftcz.blogspot.com/2011/08/rudolph-day-sss-and-houses.html

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