Saturday, March 26, 2016

Bunny Houses - More Houses from the Tim Holtz House Die

Please join me on my new blog - where this project is included with more already added. Thank you. I hope to see you there.

I just finished 2 more Bunny houses for co-workers. I'll deliver them on Easter morning.  That makes 9 so far - two to more to go. The last 2 I just couldn't get done before Easter. One was a late add-on to the list.

All of these houses were made from the Tim Holtz House die - called Vintage Village or Village Dwelling. It is, by far, the best die you can buy to make a little cardboard house. But still it takes me forever to get these things done. I've worked on these 2 all day and just finished. Other people are probably much more efficient than I am.

The base is the roll from some stickers covered with Easter graphics from Alpha Stamps. The rosette around the base is also a Tim Holtz die. I think it really adds some emphasis to the bottom, more than plain cardboard would. You see my Sculpey eggs once again with some Martha Stewart bunnies all around.

I used glitter paper because this is for children and I thought if I glittered the roof, there would be glitter all over the kids, the house, in their eyes (causing corneal abrasions - wouldn't want them to have to come to the pediatric ER, you know).

And the purple base Bunny House:

That's it for now. I hope you have a lovely Easter. Take care. Lucy


  1. These houses are great! I'm glad you tried spring ones! Now the next holiday???

  2. Thank you for your comment. The spring ones are really fun. One of my other biggest fans, Pat, has requested a beach house. Her family always stays at the same one in Myrtle Beach each summer. She's sent me some pictures of the house. I think I can simplify it enough to make a reasonable facsimile. That will be the next seasonal house I'll do. Then I am skipping to Halloween and Christmas because I am going to be gone for all of October and most of November for my trip.

  3. Your Easter houses are beautiful! I look forward to seeing the beach house too!