26 Feb 2013

H is for House



Here I am  again with my second page for letter "H" in my altered Dictionary for the Alpha Challenge over at the Craft Barn I know House has been popular but when I was rummaging through my stamps for my first page Hedgehog here I came across this stamp  and just had to use it!!



I have used a stamping wheel from Stampin' Up! for my houses and using Distress Inks I gave everything a simple watercolour wash, the word House is stencilled through a die cut from Tim Holtz Alphabet  I never throw the negatives away as they are always useful I outlined with a black fine liner. Chipboard flowers are Tando which I painted.


 
A quick page keeping it very simple was the idea
Not long now to wait until the next letter is chosen..............mmmmmm I wonder...........   :)
Thanks for looking
 
'till next time
 
 

10 comments:

  1. Nice and colourful and it doesn't look very simple!

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  2. Another lovely page. You put me to shame, I still haven't finished my first page yet! Valerie

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  3. Loving the scene you have created Maggie. Hugs Annette x

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  4. Nice page Maggie, looks very artistic!

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  5. Another fab page, lovely colours! xx

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  6. Very beautiful project!!!

    Big Hugs,
    Elise

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  7. Splendid pages for your second word House, love the stenciled word and the watercolour wash.

    Sylv xx

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  8. Oh Maggie your pages are gorgeous -- I love the colors and the scene - delightful! This is so much fun and won't we have a delightful book when we are finished!!
    Sandy

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  9. Beautiful and colourful page.
    Thanks for playing with us at the Craft Barn
    Izzy

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  10. What a great neighborhood scene for House word. Some wonderful crafting uses you resort to!

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