Sweet Chips house

Today`s piece is something a bit different as i`m sure your all bon bon boxed out – sorry

I did this sweet chips house a while back and have just found the photo – the quality of the photo`s aren`t great as I took them in the evening 

The house was inked all over using Tim Holtz `old paper` ink pad – this was my first ever ink pad experiment – and then I took my damask stamp by Glenda and using superpoint pens coloured sections of the stamp with different shades to give the honeysuckle effect

On the inside i have used a pretty backing paper from the Victorian Flowers cd  – it`s still one of my favourite cd`s – some classic images are on there – and then added some stickers from the heartwarming range

Pictures behind the windows are from the Victorian Companion cd and are meant to show someone looking out or into the house

I have added this dress as it is from the same set and I wanted to keep them all together – the paisley design is from the backing paper pads and inked over to age the piece

As to this little boys dungerees set – they are so fun to work with and here I have used the baby backing pad and inked over it

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