Welcome back fellow crafters!!! For this round's Design Team project for Regina at The Cutting Cafe we got to work on super cute houses!! We had the option to choose from 3D House Set, (WHICH I LOVE!!!!) or House Shaped Card. I choose to work with the 3D house set!!
SUPER CUTE RIGHT!?!?! I wanted to make mine a little fall house! Originally I was intending on using all 3 size houses in the file to make one HUGE house, BUT I ran into a ton of computer problems and lost use of my SCAL 2 software :( I already miss it as I just adore that software! But with Regina's help I was able to learn the basics of my new Explore machine which is fun to use.
Anyway, the 3D house set has some great options! You can choose from different sized houses, different roof styles, including roofs that open up and make your house a box!! How cool!?!
I used the Sizzix Notebook folder to give the house that "siding" look and a Darice folder on the roof for that "tiled" look.
The house comes with three different trees to use and all three come in different sizes and have the extra pieces to layer. I used the layered pieces to make little shrubs in the front.
You also have different options for windows and doors, even shutters!! The fence and cute little pumpkins came form The Cutting Cafe file Halloween and Fall Colored Images Printable Stamp Set.
I really hope you enjoy my cute little 3D Fall House as much as I enjoyed working with it!! Make sure you get back to The Cutting Cafe Blog and check out the other design team member projects!! Don't forget to leave a comment on the design team blog to win some files!!!
wow sean this really came out fantastic...love everything about itReplyDelete
WOWZERS! Sean this is amazing!ReplyDelete
What a brilliant idea to use that embossing folder Sean. I love your house!!!ReplyDelete
I love your embossing folder idea! Why didn't I think of that?!? Great house!ReplyDelete
Your fall house is amazing! Beautiful textures and colorsReplyDelete
Beautiful, I love the embossing too!ReplyDelete
LOVE YOUR HOUSE! So much detail. What a wonderful idea.ReplyDelete