Dockhus

Mina barn har mängder med pyttesmå plastdjur som de leker mycket med. Hello Kitty-katter och små hundar mestadels. De bygger legohus och rymdskepp åt dem och gömmer dem på de konstigaste ställen. Jag tänkte att de kunde få ett eget hus att bo i men barnen säger att de redan har ett hus så då fick det bli en sommarstuga. Jag använde den stora skärmattan till Cameon, den som är 12×24 inches tillsammans med cardstock från Bazil som är lika stor för att få ett så stort hus som möjligt. Jag skar ut husdelarna två gånger och limmade ihop på varandra så att huset skulle bli riktigt stadigt.

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My kids has a lot of small plastic animals that are favourites to play with. There are mostly little Hello Kittys and really tiny dogs. The kids are building houses and rocket ships for them out of lego and hide the toys in some really strange places. I thought they should have a house of their own to live in. The kids claim they allready have a house so I made them a summer house. I used the 12×24 inches cutting mat for the Cameo and the 12×24 inches Bazzil cardstock to make the house as big as I could. I cut the parts for the house twice and glued together to make a sturdy house.

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Utsidan är dekorerad med ljuvliga rosor från Marianne Design, chipboardfigurer från My Minds Eye och söta små insekter från K & Company. En liten brad fick bli handtag på dörren.

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The outside is decorated with lovely flowers from Marianne Design, chipboard from My Minds Eye and cute littel bugs from K & Company I used a small brad as a door knob.

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Insidan är utskuren ur rosa cardstock. Jag har använt de nya roliga spellbinders “Cut, fold, tuck” till mattor. En större till övervåningen och så en mindre nere. Martha stewart har smarta pappersrullar som är perfekta till att puncha längre bitar ur, en snutt av en sådan fick bli en liten dörrmatta.

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The inside of the house is cut out of pink cardstock. I used the great new Spellbinders “Cut, fold, tuck” for carpets. A small for downstairs and a bigger for the top floor. Martha Stewart makes clever paper rolls that are perfect for punching long borders from. I usted a piece of that to make a door mat.

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Takpannorna har jag stansat ut ur cardstock med en fin kantstans av Martha Stewart och lagt omlott, överst sitter en liten trollslända.

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I punched stripes of cardstock with a cute Martha Stewart punch to make the shingles for the roof. There is also a small dragon fly on the roof.

Material/supplys:

  • Silhouette Cameo
  • 12×24 inch cutting mat
  • Bazzil 12×24 inch cardstock
  • Bazzil 12×12 inch cardstock
  • Martha Stewart Vintage Doily Punch Around The Page Combo Set
  • Martha Stewart Paper Roll, Pink Gingham
  • Martha Stewart Paper Roll Turqupise Dots
  • Martha Stewart Wide Tip Glue Pen
  • Marianne Design Paper Roses, Sunshine
  • My Minds Eye On the Sunny Side 12×12 Chipboard
  • My Minds Eye On the Sunny Side Brads
  • K & Company Susan Winget Spring Blossom Bugs & Butterfly Accents
  • Spellbinders Shapeabilities, Round About

Privat material/Private supplys:

  • Glossy Accents
  • Bakers Twine
  • Stickles
  • Glue gun

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If it's crafty I have probably tried it. Or plan to try it tomorrow. I love to be creative in all ways, but I tend to gravitate to making cards, coloring and diecutting. I also have a bad yarn shopping.... ehm... KNITTING... habit. I live in Sweden with my husband, two cute minions (also known as kids) and three dogs. I work from home at a small international development company during the days, and craft while listening to audio books or follow my favourite series at nights and on weekends. I love it when I don't have to leave the house, being an introvert and socially awkward and all. That's why my slippers to shoe ratio is close to 1:1 and I'm not ashamed to admit it ;)

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