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Thursday, 11 April 2019

Flourish for AALL & Create

Hello Everyone

Hope you are all well.  Apologies, I have been dilatory in my visits and comments but I am still suffering with what the doctor now thinks is bronchitis, but, I am up and about again and determined to stay that way, so I hope to catch up soon!

This week for AALL & Create I have created a couple of mini houses, one a little vintage and one very bright a cheery.  I used two sets of flower stamps by Tracy Evans, #164 and #119 along with a stencil #17.

The first is the little vintage one.
I die cut the house shape from Kraft board, stamped and coloured with watercolour pencils.  The roof was stencilled using Stencil #17 and some texture paste.  I finished off with some string, a charm and a vintage looking safety pin.
The second little house is a bit brighter.
Again, I die cut the little house, coloured it with watercolour paints, stamped and coloured the flower (twice) with watercolour pencils.
To finish off I layered the flower up and added a large clear bead to the centre.  I wrapped some red string around the house and added a ladybird charm.

You can find a full list of worldwide stockists of AALL & Create products HERE.  You can also buy from AALL direct but we much prefer it if you can support your local shops where possible.

Thanks so much for your visit, I hope to resume normal visits soon!

Hugs, Anne xx

15 comments:

  1. These are superb Anne, I don't believe i've seen Kraft board before doesn't it look amazing gives such a warm homey feel and definitely a touch of vintage. The second gives a very bright and bold of that amazing flower. I love the addition of the charms. Each fabulous with their individual styles. I really need to use those dies more.
    Sorry to hear you are still suffering Anne, I had not seen you online and thought you may have been on an exotic holiday soaking up the sun drinking cocktails whilst dipping your toes in the pool :( Sadly not I see.
    Get well soon Anne & don't get over doing it.. Big Hugs Tracey xx

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  2. I adore both your beautiful garden sheds, amazing use of these gorgeous stamps and as always love your little finishing touches. Sending get well soon hugs kath xxx

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  3. These are gorgeus Anne, of course I love them, shame they are not in my garden they would look fabulous in my garden lol. Love the little ladybug and uplifting colours too ❤️❤️😘

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  4. I hope you are feeling much better, my friend. Your mini houses are so amazing!! The details are spectacular!! I love how you've used the stamps and the colors!! It's so fun to see the same design look so completely different!! Creative and gorgeous, Anne!! Thinking of you and sending get well hugs your way :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. I love your funky cool style - these houses just make me smile! Take care of yourself! ((hugs))

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  6. Love your little houses. Where did you get the die for the houses?

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    1. Susie, it is a Tim Holtz die - Tiny Houses by Sizzix 661819. Thanks for your visit x

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  7. So sorry to hear that you've been unwell Anne. Hope you are much better now. Your mini houses are so gorgeous!! You have created two very different looks but they are both amazing! Your use of stamps is always masterful and the colours are simply stunning!! Your work is always so inspirational!! Love, love, love these!!! hugs xx

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  8. Great tutorial Anne. Just love the little houses to bit. Big hugs, Angela xXx

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  9. Sorry I'm late with my visit, too, Annie, and I don't have bronchitis for my reason! I'm sorry your virus developed into bronchitis and I'm glad to hear that you are feeling a bit better. Please don't overdo and end up back in bed. Your little houses are fantastic! I love them both and how you were able to create two completely different designs with them! As always, great job letting us know your process. Take care and feel better!! Love and hugs, Darnell

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  10. Oh Anne, sorry for posting so late, blogger was not letting me comment. I truly love these beautiful little houses, the way that you’ve incorporated the wonderful stamps really showcases their beauty! I always love seeing your work, it makes me want to break out my die and try a few. I love how you’ve created two totally different looks it goes to show the versatility of the stamps! Hoping you are feeling much better now. xx

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  11. I was sure I popped by and left some love for my house viewing the other day , Anne ????? Looks like the google gremlins are at it again ????

    Your houses are both fabulous Anne and such a great way to use the stamps. I love them both lots but for some rason the vintage abode is really calling my name. Wonderful creativity .
    Hugs x

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  12. I adore these tiny houses, Anne! You have done a fabulous job with the stamping and coloring on the vintage looking one, and the second really makes me smile with it's bright whimsical flower and ladybug! Love the water colored background to contrast. Another brilliant post; so glad to have the time to spend with you this morning. Sending more wishes for a beautiful weekend!

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  13. They're both fabulous, but you can probably guess that my heart is drawn to the vintage version. I really love how the painted flower head pops against the kraft. Magical!
    Alison x

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  14. absolutely beautiful - I love both of these Anne - so sorry to read you have been poorly though - hope you are feeling better now. Hugs rachel xx

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