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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Count Me In

It's time for the funkie side of the Frilly and Funkie Count Me In challenge!   Jenny is the host and here is her description of the challenge:

"Numbers are a huge part of our everyday lives so it is no surprise they are also often included in our creative ones too. For this challenge you need to use your choice of numbers to add that special 'sum-thing' to your vintage or shabby chic project. Make them count as part of the design, not just a last minute addition!"

I just received the new Tiny Houses and couldn't wait to start a village.  


I started with two houses, my new distress oxide inks and a mix of old an new stamps. 
Each house gave me plenty of play time with the distress inks and stamping with many of my favorites stamps.


I die cut the houses from mixed media paper.  I left them flat and did all my inking and stamping and then assembled the houses.

The best part is that once you start a village you can keep adding on!



The team will choose their top four picks with the winner being invited to join in as a Guest DT spot  at Frilly and Funkie and the next three will receive badges to display on their blogs. Everyone who enters and follows the rules will be entered into the draw to have the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique.


Hope you are inspired to take out your numbers and create something to share with us!

Suzz

9 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, Suzz! I adore these! I bought the die, but have not had time to play with it yet. My hubby is a roofing contractor, so he would just adore the roofs on these clever little houses. So amazing!

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  2. These are so brilliant Suzz! I love the oxide inking and clever use of stamping - boy, this really is a masterclass in the effects that can be achieved with rubber stamps! LOVE your houses and I hope you make more xx

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  3. Love these little houses. Great stamping!

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  4. How fun to assemble a veritable village out of these new dies! (Have you ever seen Paperholm?)

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  5. Brilliant post and beautiful houses Suzz with their amazing details xxx

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  6. those houses looks gorgeous, I love them

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  7. These are so great! I'd better put this die on my wish list. ;-)

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  8. I just love your little houses - great stampings and inking - so pretty in the blue and yellow - I have these sweet dies and have yet to use them - you have inspired me to get them out Suzz! Julia xx

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  9. Such brilliant little houses! I love the colors and your wonderful designs! Now I think these dies need to go on my wish list! You are so darn creative and talented! Hugs!

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