How cute are these?? and what a lovely way to sort out your buttons (or flowers, or brads or any embellishment really...). Gio is behind this idea and I'm sure you will love it.
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I stamped on a piece of PaperArtsy Crackly paper using MN65 and Jet Black Archival ink. I painted the stamped image on the back of the paper using different colours of Fresco Finish Paints. When dry (this is optional) I covered the painted area (still on the back) with Fresco Finish Paint Snowflake, to make the colours more vivid.
I painted the Tando chipboard houses with Fresco Finish paint South Pacific, London Bus and Butternut.
I covered the back of the house with a piece of book page . I assembled the houses and I glue to the front and sides the stamped images. I even added a little detail made with clay, stamped with MN65 stamp, coloured with Dreamweaver F/X mica powder, trimmed and dried with the heat tool.
For the little wooden reel: I painted it with Fresco Finish Paints, then I stamped on a piece of Crackly paper the little rule from HotPick 1006 plate, I coloured it on the back and I glued it to the reel; I glued to the top of it a detail from the MN65 stamped image.
Dreamweaver metallic F/X: Gold dust-Glacier lake-Pink blaze
See you tomorrow