Thursday, February 15, 2018

Wilkins House Putz Project for Habitat

I have moved this post to my new blog. You can read all about this Putz house project here.

Please do join me on my new paper crafting blog. There's lots of new content that I think you will like.

Lucy





Wilkins House Putz Version with real Wilkins House
Comparison of the real Wilkins House with my putz version.






5 comments:

  1. Truly amazing!! This "mansion" is gorgeous and full of details! So glad that you join the fun over Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Add a Die Cut” Challenge! Awesome details and design! Super work!

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  2. This is beautiful, Lucy! I love all your houses but this one is special!

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  3. this is so amazing~! :) :)

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  4. My word! You houses have really evolved over the past year or two and this one is like the wedding cake version! I am so impressed. I expect that recreating an actual landmark near to you provided the motivation to see it through. Your houses remind me of when my great aunt took me to see the Thorne miniature rooms in Chicago when I was a little girl and I have been smitten with all things tiny ever since. Your houses are no exception.

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    1. Thank you. This one was really pretty hard to make. I think I made 4-5 cardstock versions, one cardboard prototype. It still needs a little work with more snow on the roof and ground and the trees need some snow and glitter, but certainly the hard part is done. I have plans to do a simplified Halloween version omitting the side conservatory and the other side porch. I will add some other Halloween elements there. The real motivation to seeing it through is that I promised the people at Habitat of Greenville that I would make this house. And I'd like to raise a lot more money than I did last year.

      I will have to look up the Thorne miniature rooms. I love tiny things too.

      Thank you so much. I am trying to build a more professional-looking blog at paperglitterglue.com if you want to stop by. Thank you again for your kind comments.

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