Friday, February 26, 2016

Stampendous and Eileen Hull Hop!

The Stampendous and Eileen Hull Design Teams have joined together this week and exchanged products to bring you a week of fun, imaginative projects using the exciting new clear stamps and dies sets as well as the heavy hitter Scoreboard dies from Sizzix designed by Eileen Hull.



Where there's a hop, there are prizes!



Yesterday I shared the first part of my "Woodland Home" scene:



Today I've added another house to the scene using the Eileen Hull canister die cut and the Cottage Home Perfectly Clear Stamps and Dies Set (CSD06)


The "thatched roof" cottage adds a homey touch to the display!
Stacking the cubes makes them look like a tree trunk!
I stamped extra window boxes to pop them out and popped out an extra window too.

The Matte Black Embossing Paste and aged ochre embossing enamel
used with the Mosaic Swirl stencil make great "bark"!


We hope you've enjoyed our week of fun ideas with these great products. Don't forget to leave comments for a chance to win some wonderful products!



Louise Healy


Happy Creating,
Louise

24 comments:

Dee Ann Matthews said...

With two beautiful houses -it seems like a third is needed for the tree little pigs! Greast job!

A Pink said...

Love your new addition to your woodland scene . Such a funky roof and great brickwork x

Linda Agers said...

Love how you colored the house in this vingette

barbara macaskill said...

OMG!! This is so adorable!! I LOVE how you did the windows and the coloring is AWESOMENESS!!! Definitely need to add some of these to my Fairy Village!! TFS!

D.Ann C said...

I didn't catch yesterday how you made the light shining in the windows - FAB!! Love that roof and the whole scene!

Cynthia Xavier said...

I love the texture you added to your house

Denise Bryant said...

Fabulous project! Love the textures and colors!

Lucy said...

I love the colors (again) and the dimension to the windows and window box. The roof and roof texture is very nice as well. Thank you for sharing and inspiring us.

Lea said...

OMG! What an adorable little gnome village you have there! Just too sweet! Love it!

Mary Holshouser said...

this is been one of the best weeks of hopping with Stampendous.
Teaming with Eileen Hull was a fantastic idea.
the projects have been amazing.
Love the little scene. the two houses together
is a fun decoration.
thanks for sharing.
Illinois

Stampendous said...

What a cozy little gnome village. Adore that blue mushroom home and all the texture from the moss. Love it all together! Thank you for sharing your talent with us this week, Louise.

Jenn White said...

I love that you made a village & used items from nature. The color fades & beds are amazingly beautiful! I love all the dimension, depth & texture.

Jenn White said...

blends not beds haha!

Jenn White said...

blends not beds haha!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

You have created a cool little scene. The house is a perfect addition

McStamper said...

Love these houses. the scene is so cute.

Viki Banaszak said...

I love your new house! The roof with the mossy bits is perfect!

Dollie W said...

Oh those are so adorable! Makes you think a little gnome is hiding somewhere in there :)

Jean Bullock said...

What a wonderful addition to this cute scene. Love the thatched roof and how you colored the house . Well done!

Heidi Schleimer said...

It's adorable this cute scene.

Late Blooming said...

Are these fun or what. You girls are having such a fun time.

Sue D said...

Love the new cottage with the window boxes.

Shari said...

So gorgeous. Love all the texture and the colors. 💗💗💗

Jean said...

Such wonderful texture!