I like making ornaments that I can hang all year. These two were inspired by my newly awakened garden and some recent baking experiments involving little pink cakes.
They were delicious.
I started out with the Simple House Ornament. Love these! They come two in a pack and if you have half the obsession I do with houses, you'll love them too.
A very easy way to cut an awkward angle that for example, matches the angle of your roof line on your wee house, is easy peasy.
GSLCuts pieces. You never know when they are going to come in handy! This door is two scraps that popped out of a couple of the frames I have. They are the perfect size and shape for this purpose. I pre-cut the paper (you only need three pieces as the one side will be glued down) and I taped the chip board together with linen hinging tape (you can get it on Amazon) making sure the bottoms of the scrap were even with each other and that the space between them was wide enough for the door to close properly when I added paper and embellishments.
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Simple House Ornament
Double Dot Vintage Scrapbook Papers
(both can be purchased from Alpha Stamps)
White paint pen
Sandy Gordon Collage Sheets (from Art, Tea, Life)
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